Our comprehensive scan of state codes that encourage or facilitate electoral engagement and education for youth before they turn 18
Explore resources for educators to help students understand, analyze, and respond to the upcoming State of the Union.
CIRCLE is working with partners to provide educators the resources and support they need to teach about elections and grow the next generation of voters.
Our Director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg has been a key consultant on the popular educational animated show as it incorporated civic lessons and themes.
The upcoming presidential election is a valuable opportunity to teach young people how to understand, create, and engage with news and other media.
Multiple stakeholders have a role to play in creating the conditions for increased and more equitable youth voting.
The youngest eligible voters (ages 18-19) tend to lag behind their older peers, highlighting the need for efforts to engage them in democracy.
A new report co-authored by current and former directors of CIRCLE highlights the vital role of k-12 civic education in protecting democracy.
Only 10 states mandate that students learn about the relationship between political parties and political issues.