Most Recent Additions
Teaching Democratically. A Book Review of Civic Literacy in Schools and Communities
Nicholas V. Longo and Carmine Perrotti
Hearing Silence: Understanding the Complexities of Silence in Democratic Classrooms and Our Responsibility as Teachers and Teacher Educators. A Response to "Creating a Democratic Mathematics Classroom: The Interplay of the Rights and Responsibilities of the Learner."
Kersti Tyson, Allison Hintz, Andrea English, and Diana Murdoch
How Social Studies Teachers Conceptualize Civic Teaching and Learning in 2020: Insights from a Research-Practice Partnership
Daniela K. DiGiacomo, Jaeyun Han, Sara Trapp, and Sanaa Kahloon
Recentering Civics: A Framework for Building Civic Dispositions and Action Opportunities
Carly C. Muetterties, Daniela DiGiacomo, and Ryan New
Democratic Education in Conservative Christian Schools
Too Much Storytelling, Too Little Democracy. A Book Review of Critical Issues in Democratic Schooling
Bridget Brett, Emma Curtin, Sue Ellen Henry, Lili Kilkenny, Maddyson Mallory, Daija Misler, Bess Murad, and Lucia Singer
Education “Failure” Narrative Indispensable to Failed School Privatization Schemes Organized by a Failed State. A Response to "Public Schools At-Risk: Examining a Century of U.S. Media Coverage of 'Unsatisfactory Student Performance' and the Rise of School Privatization"
Middle School Mathematics Teachers’ Efforts to Foster Classroom Democracies. A Response to "Creating a Democratic Mathematics Classroom"
Amanda Jansen, Lorianne Kalb, and Denise McCunney
Do Politics in Our Democracy Prevent Schooling for Our Democracy? Civic Education in Highly Partisan Times
Joseph Kahne, John S. Rogers, and Alexander Kwako
Scientifically Based Research and Teacher Agency: Combating “Conspiracies of Certainty”
Kurt Stemhagen and Brionna C. Nomi
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