A new fact sheet based on our national survey of civics and U.S. government teachers highlights key opportunities and challenges to improving civic education.
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A new CIRCLE paper—with a bit of pop culture flair—explores how young people use their time outside of school, and what it means for their academic and civic development.
In a new fact sheet and paper, we explore how Florida, Hawaii, and Tennessee are approaching civic education in order to better prepare young people for democracy.
Data from our national survey of high school civics teachers shows that many understand the importance of teaching information literacy, but need support to do so.
Young people in Takoma Park, Maryland, took advantage of the city recently lowering the voting age to 16.
According to our estimates, close to 300,000 young people cast ballots in the 2013 Virginia gubernatorial race.
By: Jessica Gingold, Harvard Graduate School of Education
A new CIRCLE report highlights this promising approach to providing an effective, action-oriented civic education to students.
Based on new Census data we provide updated, comprehensive analysis of youth voting in 2012, including the role of young women.