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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 22, Issue 1 (2014)
The Political Nuances of Narratives and an Urban Educator's Response
Francis A. Pearman II
Nonviolent Action as a Necessary Component in Educating for Democracy
Barbara A. Peterson
We Were There Too: Learning from Black Male Teachers in Mississippi about Successful Teaching of Black Students
Cleveland Hayes, Brenda Juarez, and Veronica Escoffery-Runnels
The Need for Media Education in Democratic Education
Responses to Feature Articles
Discussion, Critical Reflection, and Collaborative Knowledge Construction in Experiential Education. A Response to "Taking People's History Back to the People: An Approach to Making History Popular, Relevant, and Intellectual"