CIRCLE’s evaluation of the Guardians of Democracy initiative points a way forward for making civics professional development successful, sustainable, and scalable.
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Our research suggests local media was especially helpful to the youngest eligible voters and to youth of color.
A summary, based on research conducted by CIRCLE and many other scholars, of key considerations for creating more equitable and effective civic learning.
White youth voted at the highest rate in 2020, but youth of color are closing the gap.
This is part of our Rep Us Practitioner Series, in which partners in this field share their experiences running or participating in programs in which young people's voices inform public conversations.
A summary of research and scholarship on the critical, complex relationship between young people, the media, and civic/political engagement.
Understanding the identities, views, and civic access of young conservatives and Republicans is key to ensuring all youth have paths to participation in civic life.
Our 2020 post-election youth poll showed that young Asian Americans were especially concerned about racial injustice and the COVID-19 pandemic.
An analysis of our 2020 post-election survey shows that civic access and participation helped some youth thrive despite the economic impact of COVID-19