The summer will be legally and politically charged particularly with the January 6 committee hearings scheduled to begin June 9.
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.
Higher education is now seen as a new political cleavage, with level of education increasingly important in describing political attitudes.
In a new book, Josh Mitchell draws alarming parallels to the housing crisis, showing the catastrophic consequences student debt has had on families.
Polls show strong support for school mask mandates, and January, teachers, students demonstrated to support more safety protocols.
If money is going for scholarship then they’re going to private schools rather people taxes for public schools, a huge tax break, expert.
Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth’s new book considers the ideal of academic freedom in the wake of the activism inspired by outrageous police brutality, white supremacy, and the #MeToo movement.
There is a need to address the alarming erosion of trust in elections in the United States and Universities can provide a solution.
Parents say their children’s education suffers when career and technical education programs are tailored to the needs of corporations.
Our guest this week says news deserts, misinformation, and information silos are all downstream from a much more fundamental disconnect.
Oda van Cranenburgh discusses two themes which have inspired her work during the last 40 years: democracy and development.