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Summer Edition — Access Code: ELGL22
Civic learning, a key ingredient of any successful democracy, can take a variety of forms and ought to occur in multiple settings, not just high school classrooms. In this issue of the National Civic Review, published in collaboration with the Kettering Foundation, we explore some of the successful strategies that educators, librarians, nonprofit groups, debate associations, public agencies, and collaborative partnerships are adopting to provide or encourage effective civic learning.
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