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This week, a call for ‘critically relevant civics,’ a new theory of school-based civics education that centers the experiences of police repression, lack of access to jobs and housing, and …

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This week, an analysis of the extent to which social media contributes to the political learning, involvement, and efficacy of youth; a cross-border look at the effect of youth inclusion …

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This week, a challenge to the notion that young children are not old enough to benefit from expanded agency and more opportunities for civic engagement; a study of how personas …

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This week, an examination of the relationship between faculty teaching practices and interactions with students and the civic engagement attitudes of students; an analysis of the extent to which integration …

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This week, a look at how direct action, particularly canvassing, serves as an often-overlooked form of emancipatory civic learning that can transform civic engagement in a community; an examination of …

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This week, a look at the relationship between teaching with primary sources and civic empowerment in students; an examination of iEngage, a summer civics camp, and its implications for the …

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This week, an analysis of how the rise of Twitter as a major platform for political discourse is changing approaches to civic education; a discussion on how to educate students …

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This week, an analysis of the shortcomings of identity politics in building a unifying political culture, a study of service learning as a means of translating civic engagement lessons in …

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Introduction Students have always dealt with the timeless struggles of balancing academia and personal life. However, nowadays, the stress has only been compounded by additional issues such as climate change, …

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