CIRCLE (The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement)
conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
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CIRCLE in the News

CIRCLE has begun to change public discourse and press coverage about young people as citizens. CIRCLE is doing this by providing a stream of reliable data and analysis that helps Americans to understand the strengths and weaknesses of civic education, broadly defined. Our research has been cited in most national newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times, and on CNN, NPR, PBS, MTV, and Fox News.

A Selection of Coverage Includes:





Renewing our Commitment to U.S. History and Civics by Alan Solomont and Peter Levine, Roll Call, 10/15/2015

How Harvard is Trying to Translate Protests into Votes by Talmon Smith, Huffington Post, 10/6/2015

Why Civics is About More than Citizenship by Alia Wong, The Atlantic, 9/17/2015

Millennials Don’t Believe in Voting by Joanna Weiss, Boston Globe, 8/21/2015

What’s the Right Way to Teach Civics? By Vauhini Vara, The New Yorker, 8/4/2015

Brigade Seeks to Reboot Political Engagement in America with Civic Social Media by Alexander Howard, Huffington Post Tech, 6/18/2015

Millennials are Disillusioned with Politics. Here’s a Way that Might Change by Ana Swanson, Washington Post, 6/17/2015