"The consequences of living in our algorithm-enabled straightjackets are not trivial. Intellectually and socially, we are paying a price... There are also websites and apps that can help. Procon.org, for example, presents opposing arguments to controversial issues."
"The most comprehensive tool for researching the candidate's stance on issues is the nonpartisan nonprofit ProCon.org. The site provides quotations from Mr. Obama, Mr. Romney and the major third party candidates on more than 60 issues." (Great Free Web Sites for Teaching Election 2012, Sep. 5, 2012)
"This is an absolutely 'must have' site in every teacher's bookmark/favorites list."
"Educators appreciate ProCon.org's ability to develop critical thinking skills by presenting both sides of key social issues such as Obamacare, alternative energy, illegal immigration, gay marriage and more."
"'A lot of kids don’t have an opinion on topics,' said John McCarthy, a social studies teacher in Batavia City School District in Genesee County. ProCon.org 'gets the ball rolling to think about the issues. This is a website with facts. Hopefully they'll remember it when they go to college.'"
"ProCon.org is a resource for the engaged citizen seeking out both sides of issues... Wikipedia, watch your back: ProCon.org is sneaking up on you. ProCon.org recently opened up an impressively presented section on the renewed gold standard debate."
"ProCon.org, a nonprofit organization devoted to gathering reliable information to support both sides of controversial issues, gets in the game with Tablets vs. Textbooks, a newly launched 'issue site' that aims to promote 'critical thinking, education, and informed citizenship' by laying out reasoning for and against widespread tablet use in schools in a 'straightforward, nonpartisan, primarily pro-con format.'"
"We all need to step out of our comfort zones. Visit websites like Allsides and ProCon.org which give the facts related to positions taken on important issues from the right, left and center of our political spectrum." (Never Stop Seeking, Speaking Truth, Jan. 5, 2017)
"Your conversation might benefit from several resources: ProCon is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that relates all sides of more than 50 issues." (How to Talk to Teens about Politics, Mar. 21, 2016)
"One option is ProCon.org, an online compendium of capsule arguments for and against everything from school uniforms to the minimum wage."
"Every issue has two sides and at ProCon.org they offer the pros and cons to each. From politics to prostitution to the death penalty, the non-partisan nonprofit organization has invited experts to offer their unbiased, differing, opinions on controversial issues since 2004."