A Review at Johns Hopkins University
This report can be used as a starting point for other colleges and universities to incorporate and assess the building of civic engagement among their students.
For young people attending colleges and universities, this time on campus is a crucial period for their civic development. This case study provides a look at the various democratic offerings at Johns Hopkins University that seek to develop civic engagement among their students.
Democratic Engagement highlights five main areas where engagement is fostered: coursework, events and programming, elections and voting, local community engagement, and overall democratic culture. This report can be used as a starting point for other colleges and universities to incorporate and assess the civic learning among their students. It also looks towards areas of improvement for Johns Hopkins and pushes for a sustainable commitment to fostering active citizens across campus.
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