Protests for free, fair education shaped South Africa’s history and constitution. The protests persist despite the end of apartheid in 1994.
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.
Harvard Law School has announced a new Election Law Clinic aimed among other things at providing students with litigation experience.
The Civics Center has released a new report that examines youth voters in the U.S. and the existing gaps in American democracy.
States that have civics education do not always have higher test scores, more youth voting, or more young people volunteering.
Just one college wins the March Madness showdown, but the higher education was a huge winner in the Democrats’ stimulus package.
South Korea wants to push through with a unified dictionary of the Korean language to achieve peace but there is silence from the North.
Uppsala University researchers have created digital self-test showing how to analyze news stories, photos, videos shared on social media.
Many people rely on Wikipedia for fast details, but searching for anything on the site does not always produce the most accurate results.
Could a technical perspective yield more robust democratic systems when designing and improving those democratic systems?
A detailed plan reimagining civic education shows a way toward a healthy American democracy at a time of deep polarization.