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一道本不卡免费高清How about joining forces with other schools to promote learning through civic participation?

ICYMI "A truly robust civic education must encompass the full suite of aptitudes necessary for good citizenship."

Yes, what a lovely piece: "That we think differently than we did does not mean that we’re better than we were." Amen.

Such an important point! That's why those of us who work in should do whatever we can to encourage students to participate (ENGAGE) in electoral politics this year

The Ironist’s Cage

Tired but still dreaming about a good 2020, Mathilde sends best wishes for the new year from ⁦⁩

For teachers and education administrators: How about resolutions to help our students engage in the political process in 2020? If not now, when?

THIS is groupthink.....Imagining college in the past as a civil book club in contrast to today seems to guarantee sympathetic middle-aged readership

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一道本不卡免费高清Read ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ “America’s conservative movement, having morphed into a religious nationalist movement, is on a collision course with the American constitutional system” via

Taking a breath and reading "deep pessimism about the state of the world is paralyzing rather than empowering; excessive pessimism can leave people feeling not just hopeless but also helpless."

Read “The rhetoric that “college isn’t worth it” (i.e. for your child, not for mine) might actually translate:I’m rich and selfish— & therefore I don’t want to pay taxes to make public education, including higher ed, free or even affordable

一道本不卡免费高清Not sure how ⁦⁩ embraces both irony & vulnerability but I like this: “understanding doesn’t come from insisting on a list of rules [but] from meeting other people where they are” via

In our latest episode of , president discusses his latest book, “Safe Enough Spaces,” and how we should define free speech at universities. Listen here: Retweeted by

Don't Let The NYT Fool You! College is Worth It, Necessary, and the Only Major Tool We Have for Combatting Income Inequality Retweeted by

一道本不卡免费高清Why we teach civic preparedness “if we fail to engage in the political process -or reflexively support the individual from “our” party while..dismissing the views of others -then we are abdicating common sense & our responsibility as citizens”

一道本不卡免费高清Read on James Hankins, virtue and the humanities: " By showing how thoughtful people at a very different place and time responded to some of the same questions that plague us, it extends the horizon of our own moral imagination." via

一道本不卡免费高清Is it “the press”? Lots of people get pleasure from hating on the young. I tried to understand this in “Safe Enough Spaces”

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