I am not sure I have anything new to offer to the cacophony of Election Day, but I’ll cite some recent summary articles by our team or by reporters who have delved deeply into our research:
Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, “Climate change could be a unifying cause of millennials, but will they vote?,” The Conversation, Nov. 7.
Peter Levine with Abby Kiesa, “Why American Urgently Needs to Improve K-12 Civic Education,” The Conversation, Oct 30, 2016
Noorya Hayat and Felicia Sullivan, “Civic Learning and Primary Sources,” The School Library Connection, Nov. 7.
Peter Levine, “Teach Civic Responsibility to High School Students,” The New York Times (“Room for Debate” feature), Oct. 17, 2016
In the Parent Toolkit, “One Week Away: Why You Should Talk to Your Kid About the Election”
Zachary Crockett, “The Case for Allowing 16-Year-Olds to Vote,” Vox, Nov. 7.
Asma Khalid, “Here’s Why Hillary Clinton’s Troubles Aren’t Millennials’ Fault,” NPR News, Nov. 4.
Catherine Rampell, “Parallel Universes, Even Among the Young,” The Washington Post, Oct. 28.