Civic Education: Recent History, Current Status, and the Future

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Discipline 1 Educational research
Discipline 2
Publication Title Civic Education: Recent History, Current Status, and the Future
Description While it is true that history, economics, literature, and other subjects do enhance students' understanding of government and politics, they cannot replace sustained, systematic attention to civic education. Therefore, a number of my colleagues in the field and I have developed standards that should guide the development of educational policy in every state and school district in the nation. The following is a brief overview of the recent history of civic education, its current status, including related research findings, and information regarding the current movement to develop increased support for the widespread implementation of civic education programs in our nation's schools.
Publication Year 1999
Publication Author Charles Quigley
Publication Type Journal Article/Research review
Publisher Albany Law Review
Major Funders
Publication Link https://www.questia.com/library/journal/1G1-55041426/civic-education-recent-history-current-status-and