A new report co-authored by current and former directors of CIRCLE highlights the vital role of k-12 civic education in protecting democracy.
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An evaluation by former CIRCLE Director Peter Levine underscores the value of a developmental approach to youth civic engagement.
Our post-election poll finds that young have varying views on the health of the American system of government.
Gender played a significant role in the presidential race and it affects how young people are perceiving politics and civic life after the election.
This research, which originally appeared in The Conversation, outlines our merging study of "civic deserts" and the challenge they present to engaging young people.
Our exclusive survey of young people after the 2016 presidential election reveals stark divides and opportunities for youth civic engagement.
Explore our comprehensive report of youth turnout, vote choice, and the composition of the youth electorate
We estimate that half of young people voted in the election, and exit polls show they strongly preferred Hillary Clinton
Data from our exclusive pre-election poll highlights young people's attitudes toward the candidates and the election.