March 2024 Monthly Research Brown Bag

Highlighting four pieces of newly-released research from Civic Learning Week 2024. The research presented included:

  • New findings from the Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement: Civic Education + Civic Language: What Should We Say? A representative survey of 5,000 registered American voters (presenter: Amy McIsaac, PACE) WATCH HERE
  • New findings from the RAND Corporation’s The Diverging State of Teaching and Learning Two Years into Classroom Limitations on Race and Gender, a representative survey of 8,000 K-12 teachers on teachers’ reactions to policies restricting race- or gender-related topics (presenter: Ashley Woo, RAND Corporation) WATCH HERE
  • New findings from a recent White Paper, State of Social Studies, released by Thinking Nation and NCSS, which includes survey data of social studies teachers (presenters: Larry Paska, NCSS and Zach Cote, Thinking Nation) WATCH HERE
  • New findings from the American Historical Association’s recent report, Mapping the Landscape of Secondary US History Education (presenter: Nick Kryczka, AHA) WATCH HERE