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Democracy & Education aims to provoke rigorous, open, and inclusive engagement with the challenges of educating youth in the pre-K-12 age span for active participation in a democratic society. This open access journal seeks to support and sustain conversations that take as their focus the conceptual foundations, social policies, institutional structures, and teaching/learning practices associated with democratic education.
Current Issue: Volume 24, Issue 1 (2016)
Youth Change Agents: Comparing the Sociopolitical Identities of Youth Organizers and Youth Commissioners
Jerusha O. Conner and Katherine Cosner
“I Didn’t See It as a Cultural Thing”: Supervisors of Student Teachers Define and Describe Culturally Responsive Supervision
Linda B. Griffin, Dyan Watson, and Tonda Liggett
Reinventing the High School Government Course: Rigor, Simulations, and Learning from Text
Walter C. Parker and Jane C. Lo
Responses to Feature Articles
Neoliberal Ideology and Democratic Learning. A Response to "Challenging Freedom: Neoliberalism and the Erosion of Democratic Education"
Emery James Hyslop-Margison and Andrés Ramírez
Problematizing Assumptions, Examining Dilemmas, and Exploring Promising Possibilities in Culturally Relevant Pedagogy. A Response to “'I Didn’t See It as a Cultural Thing': Supervisors of Student Teachers Define and Describe Culturally Responsive Supervision"
Maria Dantas-Whitney and R. Dana Ulveland
Critical Pedagogy and Participatory Democracy: Creating Classroom Contexts that Challenge "Common Sense." A Response to "The Political Nuances of Narratives and an Urban Educator's Response"
Lilia D. Monzó and P. Zitlali Morales
Martin Buber’s I-Thou Perspective as an Alternative Approach to Antibullying Efforts. A Response to "Exploring Prosocial Behavior through Structured Philosophical Dialogue: A Quantitative Evaluation"
Carrie M. Nolan and Sarah Stitzlein