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N/A · 1M and above · Under 500 · 2,000-10,000 · None · 500-2,000 · 100,000-500,000 · 10,000-50,000 · 500,000-1M · 50,000-100,000 · 50,000-100,000 (user) · 500-2,000 (copies sold) · 500-2,000 (institutions) · 7 Schools · 550 (campuses) · 359 (institutions) · 70 schools and five urban districts · Indirect reach through association members · Past program · Programs in more than 150 schools
Civics classes are age-appropriate, inclusive and high quality · Local civic life is healthy · Non-school programs and supports exist to develop agency for all youth · Civic learning extends beyond schools and higher education institutions into participatory and real-world experiences · National civic life is healthy · Civic learning is a school-wide priority that is measured and hold schools accountable · Digital civic life can be engaged with and consumed critically · Society values civic engagement · Teachers are well prepared to teach civics class (in specific) and support civic learning (in general) · Youth have access/ability to non-school programs and supports · Civic engagement is a key component of higher education systems' institutional identities · Higher education systems stress importance of and encourage civic engagement or dialogue between students, faculty, leadership, and external communities · School culture models the themes and motifs of an effective civic society · None · Other
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