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CIRCLE Working Paper 59: Democracy for Some–The Civic Opportunity Gap in High School

by Joseph Kahne and Ellen Middaugh

February 2008book

In our study of high school civic opportunities, we found that a student’s race and academic track, and a school’s average socioeconomic status (SES) determines the availability of the school-based civic learning opportunities that promote voting and broader forms of civic engagement. High school students attending higher SES schools, those who are college-bound, and white students get more of these opportunities than low-income students, those not heading to college, and students of color.

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    Why is this study necessary? It is obvious that socioeconomics affect school-based civic learning opportunities that promote voting

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    If you go to other countries, you will quickly find how much of an opportunity we have here in the states. Yes, low income students may have more difficulty, but the opportunity is there.

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