The once-thriving AUAF campus in Kabul is now under Taliban control, and most of its students and faculty have fled or are hiding.
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.
Learners can now study the history and meaning of the expansion of voting rights to citizens 18 to 20 through a new teaching resource.
In the last year and a half, student loan companies spent $6million+ on lobbying as politicians strive to tackle the student debt crisis.
Anti-corruption organisation, RepresentUs, and Princeton Gerrymandering Project are partnering to produce the Redistricting Report Card,
Chinese authorities are cracking down on institutions, which they believe are breeding grounds for instability, including student unions.
Rick Hasen and David Kaye, both law professors at UC Irvine, are co-directors of the new Fair Elections and Free Speech Center.
From being called a tech laggard, the Library of Congress is now bringing history to US residents in more and more imaginative ways.
The new president of the Center for Civic Education argues that civics and constitutional education provide an opportunity for unification.
If Congress passes the Democratic-led For the People Act voting rights bill, college students across America will almost certainly be affected.
Juneteenth is a reminder that we must never give up no matter how tough or trying the times. This year, it is especially important that we all speak up.