Let us encourage neighbors to create their own social vision and worldview, thinking globally and acting locally. Let each elementary, middle, and high school district create its own educational philosophy.
Education articles on Democracy Chronicles
It is clear that high rates of education are essential for countries to be able to achieve high levels of economic growth and to manage a modern democracy. Spreading quality education to everyone around the world is vital to progress.
Andrew Sullivan discusses the future of American democracy on this week’s episode of the Democracy Works podcast.
College students voted at record levels in 2018 midterm, paving the way for the Democrats’ victory in key states, some Republicans have taken notice.
A controversial bill surrounding the administration of elections isn’t sitting well with those who fought to have early voting on college campuses.
Chopra is a goodwill ambassador for the UN children’s agency. She spoke with Associated Press after visiting a school for refugees from neighboring Sudan.
Robert Smith shocked the students at the historically black, all-male Morehouse College Sunday when he announced pay off student debts of all 400 graduates.
Voter-advice applications give voters opportunity to get unbiased advice about which candidates or parties to support, usually in complex contexts.
Moroccan police used water cannons Thursday to disperse thousands of young protesting teachers in Rabat, according to witnesses and a video posted online.
High schoolers this decade have stormed out of their classrooms after the 2016 election, demanding protection for immigrants.
A new curriculum introduced at Swiss schools could better equip students to play a more active role in democracy, argues political scientist Monika Waldis.