This study reveals a portrait of current practice through interviewing and surveying current civics professional development (PD) providers and reviewing current literature on high-quality PD.
America’s churches have grown weakest in some of the communities that need them most: poor and working-class communities across the country.
Central American migration issues require a response that secures our border, supports our partners, and addresses the root causes of instability.
“Trendsetting Charter Schools” makes the case that the rediscovery of the civic mission of schooling is not at odds with the broader education reform movement.
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America’s Hispanics could be a national asset in the decades to come, but how much of an asset depends on whether they can advance economically and be assimilated as the Ellis Islanders were a century ago.
The States of Change: Demographics and Democracy project offers a preview of how the United States might look in 2060.
The millennial generation has had much lower crime, divorce, and birth rates than previous generations. While partisan issues may explain some of the reason for this, millennials may behave better largely because they are expected to by their parents.
D.C.’s lawmakers have plans for the next battle on immigration-citizenship. D.C. councilmembers introduced the Local Resident Voting Rights Amendment Act, a bill to grant non-American citizens residing in the D.C.-area the ability to vote in municipal elections.
The 2013-14 numbers just released show interesting contrasts with those of 2010-11, when the economy was flagging and stimulus money disbursed. Back then the Washington metropolitan area — Virginia, Maryland, D.C. — was growing well above the national average. Now, with the sequester cuts, growth in the region is below average.