CIRCLE's full report includes four in-depth analyses of Asian, Black, Latino, and White youth in the 2022 midterm elections.
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New estimates show that 8 million youth are aging into the electorate in 2024, joining a diverse and politically active generation that can have a major impact on elections.
Community leaders and institutions can learn from and implement strategies and tools used by educators to teach and engage youth.
CIRCLE's analysis of 2022 survey data on Black youth highlights an interest in civic engagement but a lack of the information needed to participate.
Our longstanding relationship with Illinois Civics Hub and other educators in the state has developed into a robust research-practice partnership with a profound impact on civic learning and on our own work.
A major study of civic education in Illinois middle schools examines how civics implementation has been shaped by the state’s laws and context, but makes recommendations relevant to improving civic learning everywhere.
Our updated scan of state codes that encourage or facilitate electoral engagement and education for youth before they turn 18.
CIRCLE's analysis of our 2022 youth survey data shines a light on some of the barriers that may prevent young Latinos from fully participating in elections.
Organizations can and should engage young people beyond and between elections in order to strengthen their democratic skills and their ties to local communities.