Equity In Civic Education
This white paper serves as a jumping off point for the entire field of civic education to consider its equity in instruction.
Civic learning must happen in and out of classrooms for all young people to develop into lifelong, effective citizens. For schoolteachers, this means delivering a civic education that is effective, engaging, and equitable. More specifically, according to this white paper by CivXNow, civic education and all its stakeholders must design a curriculum that is responsive, inventive, and considers the holistic needs of all students.
Equity in Civic Education also makes the case for working in tandem with local and state leaders and ensuring that the field employs social emotional learning throughout the field. This white paper serves as a jumping off point for the entire field of civic education to consider its equity in instruction.
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