Articles and Papers on Civic Education
A Framework for Teaching Democratic Citizenship: An International Project
by Charles F. Bahmueller, Ph.D., Center for Civic Education, January 1998.
Making the Case for Civic Education: Where We Stand at the End of the 20th Century
by Margaret Stimman Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. A speech presented at the We the People... National Conference for State and District Coordinators, June 1999.
What are the Roles of the Citizen in American Democracy?
by Margaret Stimman Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. A speech presented to the We the People... Northeastern Region Institute, Harvard University, July 11, 1999. For copies, please contact Roz Danberg at the Center.
The Role of Civic Education
by Margaret Stimmann Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. An Education Policy Task Force position paper from The Communitarian Network, September 1998.
The Education of Citizens in a Market Economy and Its Relationship to a Free Society
by Margaret Stimmann Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. Delivered to the International Conference on Western Democracy and Eastern Europe: Political, Economic and Social Changes.
Project Citizen: An Introduction
by Margaret Stimmann Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education, February 1999.
Rights: An International Perspective
by Margaret Stimmann Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. An address to the first Plenary Session of the Annual Leadership Conference of the Center for Civic Education.
What Does Research on Political Attitudes and Behavior Tell Us about the Need for Improving Education for Democracy?
by Margaret Stimmann Branson, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education. Delivered to the International Conference on Education for Democracy.
Civitas@Prague.1995: Viewed from Afar: A New Meaning for "World - Class Standards" in Education
by R. Freeman Butts, William F. Russell Professor Emeritus in the Foundations of Education, Teachers College,
Antidote for Antipolitics: A New "Text of Civic Instruction"
From the commentary section of Education Week, January 16, 1995, by R. Freeman Butts.
Many Blueprints for Democracy - Newly Free Nations Have Much to Teach the United States About Citizenship and Vice Versa
From the Opinion/Essays Page of the Christian Science Monitor, June 23, 1995, by R. Freeman Butts.
by R. Freeman Butts. Delivered at the 10th Annual Convocation of the Meiklejohn Education Association in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Program in Integrated Liberal Studies, and Bradley Learning Community of the College of Letters and Science and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences,
Arts, and Letters October 5-8, 1995.
Education for Civitas: The Lessons American Must Learn
by R. Freeman Butts, Hanna Collection on the Role of Education, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, May 1997.
The Morality of Democratic Citizenship: Goals for Civic Education in the Republic's Third Century
by R. Freeman Butts. Complete text now available on-line.
Civic Education: Recent History, Current Status, and the Future
presented by Charles N. Quigley, Executive Director, Center for Civic Education, at the
American Bar Association Symposium, "Public Perception and Understanding of the Justice System," Washington, D.C., February 25-26, 1999.
The Role of Civic Education: A Report of the Task Force on Civic Education
Prepared by the Center for Civic Education. Presented at the Second Annual White House Conference on Character Building for a Democratic, Civil Society.
An Introduction to the Political Philosophy of the Constitution
by Professor Duane Smith, Associate Director, Center for Civic Education.
From Risk to Resiliency: The Role of Law-Related
by Norma D. Wright, Senior Consultant, Center for Civic Education, March 1996.
Democracy and the Rule of Law: The Schwerin Papers
Presented at Schwerin, Germany, October 1997.
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