CIRCLE's two decades of research on K-12 civic education has shone a light on issues and concerns reflected in decreasing scores.
With librarians serving as trusted civic educators, libraries can be spaces for nonpartisan voter registration, for youth-led conversations about issues, and for creating media.
Engaging young people and supporting their electoral participation must happen year-round, and it’s never too early to start with an eye toward 2024.
Our experts presented research and shared insights from our work during this weeklong event focused on strengthening civic education in the United States.
Civic learning that reaches all youth, includes media literacy, and helps foster a democratic school climate is key to growing voters.
A new CIRCLE report based on a survey of students and educators in the state offers major findings and recommendations for more effective and equitable civic learning.
An article from our Deputy Director Abby Kiesa and partners at CERG in the latest issue of Social Education
CIRCLE’s survey of teens (ages 14-17) reveals that they’re active creating and sharing political content online, and that it helps them realize the power of their voice in public conversations.
This essay is part of CIRCLE's 2021 Youth Expertise Series, in which young people share ideas, based on their experiences, for how to fulfill the promise of the 26th Amendment.