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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 23, Issue 1 (2015)
Civic Meanings: Understanding the Constellations of Democratic and Civic Beliefs of Educators
Elizabeth A. Lowham and James R. Lowham
Mapping Cultural Boundaries in Schools and Communities: Redefining Spaces through Organizing
Gerald K. Wood and Christine K. Lemley
Responses to Feature Articles
Civic Meanings Reconsidered: A Response to “Civic Meanings: Understanding the Constellations of Democratic and Civic Beliefs of Educators”
Dr. Jonathan Ryan Davis and Dr. Terrie Epstein
Exploring the Implications of Citizenship-as-Equality in Critical Citizenship Education. A Response to "The Practice of Equality: A Critical Understanding of Democratic Citizenship Education"
Becoming a Social Justice Educator: Emerging from the Pits of Whiteness into the Light of Love. A Response to "Respect the Differences? Challenging the Common Guidelines in Social Justice Education
Kay F. Fujiyoshi
Giving Power Its Due: The Powerful Possibilities and the Problems of Power with Deliberative Democracy and English Language Learners. A Response to "Deliberative Democracy in English-Language Education: Cultural and Linguistic Inclusion in the School Community"
Jarrod S. Hanson
“If You Cannot Live by Our Rules, if You Cannot Adapt to This Place, I Can Show You the Back Door.” A Response to "New Forms of Teacher Education: Connections to Charter Schools and Their Approaches"
Barrett A. Smith