3,755 schools in 50 states and 56 countries (that we know of, as of Apr. 16, 2013) had teachers and librarians who have used ProCon.org in their teaching and reference materials.
Those elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, and universities are listed below along with links to the lessons themselves whenever available.
We add schools to this list when we see that an educator (not a student) from that school has referenced ProCon.org, usually in a lesson plan, suggested resources list, social media reference to our content, published work, or as a response to our two-minute Teacher/Librarian Survey.
Countries where schools use ProCon.org, in alphabetical order by country (mouse over flag to see country name).
Crystal Bohlander, Training and Program Development Coordinator at a Kentucky school for first time criminal offenders, used ProCon.org in her class to help her students find "quality information on both sides of the issue at hand."
College professor Dr. Amy Glenn's webpage with resources for several online courses. Links to ProCon.org under "Election Resources," saying it is a site that offers "an unbiased look at the candidates' stands on the issues."
Air University - Muir S. Fairchild Research Information Center
Associate Professor of International Relations Dr. Steve McGiffen thinks using ProCon.org helped to improve his students' critical thinking skills and says "I wish there was a site of this kind for all the other issues I have to teach!"
Instructor S. Larson is using ProCon.org in a Fall 2010 English 101 class to spur discussion of social networking for the
purpose of refining critical thinking. Larson says "Thanks for a very helpful tool."
Head of Technical Services at Armstrong Atlantic State University's Lane Library writes an entry about ProCon.org on the library's blog, saying "all content is non-partisan and balanced." Links to ProCon.org.