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  • Questions 1,060
  • Vocabulary Terms 271
  • Performance Tasks 103
  • Instructional Videos 97

Test Standards

  1. (2.a) Athenian & Roman Foundations
  2. (2.b) English Foundations
  3. (2.c) Enlightenment Philosophes
  4. (2.d-f) Revolutionary Ideas
  5. (3.a-f) Concepts of Democracy
  1. (4.a) Ratifying the Constitution
  2. (4.b&c) The Preamble & Principles
  3. (4.d) Articles I-III
  4. (4.e) The Amendment Process
  5. (5.a-d) Federalism
  6. (6.a) Political Parties
  7. (6.b) Campaign Funding & Spending
  8. (6.c) Media & Campaigns
  9. (6.d) Reapportionment & Redistricting
  10. (6.e) The Right to Vote
  11. (6.f) Voter Turnout
  12. (7.a) Legislative Branch
  13. (7.a) Executive Branch
  14. (7.a) Judicial Branch
  15. (7.b) Separation of Powers/Checks & Balances
  16. (7.c) Influencing Government
  17. (8.a) Virginia's Branches
  18. (8.b&c) Virginia's Governments
  19. (8.d&e) Exerting Influence
  1. (9.a-c) Public Policy
  2. (9.d&e) Levels of Bureaucracy
  3. (9.f) Interest Groups
  4. (9.g) Addressing Issues
  5. (10.a) Federal Courts
  6. (10.b) Marbury v. Madison
  7. (10.c) Deciding to Decide
  8. (10.d&e) Judicial Activism & Restraint
  9. (11.a) Bill of Rights
  10. (11.b) 5th & 14th Amendments
  11. (11.c-e) Incorporations of Rights
  12. (12.a-c) Foreign Policy
  1. (13.a-d) Types of Government
  2. (14.a-c) Types of Economies
  3. (15.a&b) Economic Roles of Government
  4. (15.c&d) Fiscal Policy
  5. (15.e&f) Monetary Policy
  1. (16.a-j) Civic Responsibilities

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