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Introductions: Lonnie Sherrod

Lonnie Sherrod, Executive Director, Society for Research in Child Development, SRCD Advertisements

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Introductions: Rod Watts

What is the role of public education in youth civic engagment? Rod Watts, Ph.D., Professor of Social Welfare and Psychology, Hunter College School of Social Work and The Graduate Center  

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Introductions: Beth Rubin

What is the role of public education in youth civic engagement? Beth C. Rubin, Associate Professor of Education, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University  

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Introductions: Jennifer Astuto

What is the role of public education in youth civic engagement? Jennifer Astuto, Assistant Director, Child & Family Policy Center, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, New York University  

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Introductions: Peter Levine

What is the role of public education in youth civic engagement? Peter Levine, Director of Research and Director of CIRCLE (Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement), Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts … Continue reading

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Recap:

by Kristal Haynes, Ph.D. student in Developmental Psychology Most would agree that our schools have a place in shaping and engaging youth in being active members of society.  The question is, how would such an education look in our current … Continue reading

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What is the role of public education in youth civic engagement?

Societies undergoing major political-economic transformations, as seen during the 1980s and 1990s in emerging democracies of Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Africa, have used public education, specifically civic education, to guide young people toward the specific ideologies associated … Continue reading

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