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Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of CIRCLE, is quoted about how even a basic knowledge of history and civics is “critical for students to become engaged, informed citizens.”
Young people, who overwhelmingly favored Democrats, had one of their highest turnout rates ever in a midterm and shaped results across the country
Youth turnout went up in all 34 states for which we have data, according to research from Tisch College's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE).
Our experts will be co-principal investigators and co-authors of a comprehensive report on how to improve civic education in America.
Getting information to millions of new voters, especially youth from low-income communities, about the process is crucial, says civic participation expert at Tisch College.
In an audio story, Tufts experts talk about the flawed suffrage movement and how the struggle to be heard resonates in the newest generation of women voters.
Voters ages 18-29, especially young voters of color, propelled Biden to victory in several battleground states, election data shows.
A team of experts, including two from Tisch College, created an unprecedented roadmap to improving civic education for U.S. students.