CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement

July 2010 Edition of CIRCLE’s Quarterly Newsletter Available

The July edition (V7.i3) of CIRCLE’s quarterly newsletter. Around the CIRCLE, can be downloaded from here. The newsletter includes a variety of articles including: Federal Policy and Civic Skills Schoolwide Civic Intervention May Help to Increase Community Participation Among Students of All Backgrounds CIRCLE’s Social Media Experiments State 2009 Civic Health Reports Reflect Unique Characteristics Read More >

June 22nd, 2010
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Volunteering Eases Return to Civilian Life for Young Veterans

November 2009 Tisch College, Medford/Somerville, Mass. – Recent veterans who have volunteered since returning to the United States show a better adjustment to civilian life than their fellow returned servicemen and women who have not volunteered, according to a new report issued in time for Veterans Day. The report shows that volunteering helps bolster ties Read More >

November 11th, 2009
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Sept 2009 (v6.i2) Edition of Around the CIRCLE

A new edition of the CIRCLE quarterly newsletter is available here. If you do not currently receive hard copies of the CIRCLE newsletter and would like to please email Emily Kirby at Emily.Kirby@Tufts.edu. Articles: The Youth Vote 2008 The Changing Transition to Adulthood Millennials Most Progressive Generation in 50 years Considering the Role of Context Read More >

August 18th, 2009
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FEATURED: New CIRCLE Working Paper on K12 Civic Education

by Britt Wilkenfeld June 2009 CIRCLE releases a new working paper (#64) “Does Context Matter? How the Family, Peer, School, and Neighborhood  Contexts Relate to Adolescents’ Civic Engagement” Report Summary: A new CIRCLE Working Paper (#64) by Britt Wilkenfeld examines the effects of several systems of influence (schools, families, neighborhoods, etc) on civic outcomes.  The Read More >

June 1st, 2009
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Abby Kiesa at “After the Votes are Counted”

http://ase.tufts.edu/macc/events.htm#teachingdemoc Teaching for Democracy After the Votes are Counted November 17, 2008 | 10 am – 3 pm Rehm Library, Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

Categories: Research Topics
November 4th, 2008
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