GENERATION CITIZEN BELIEVES ALL STUDENTS HAVE THE RIGHT TO CIVICS EDUCATION THAT PREPARES THEM TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR DEMOCRACY.

Democracy Doesn’t Pause

This moment demonstrates the critical need for responsive government and civics education — during times of crisis and every day.

Join Us in the Classroom

 

If you are a teacher, we want you to join us in the classroom to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and motivation to lead change.

 

Annual Report 2020 

The report highlights key achievements from the past year, including the many ways our students have been at the forefront of positive change in their communities.

OUR APPROACH

 

Generation Citizen’s Action Civics curriculum is the crux of our work and of both our Democracy Coach-led and Teacher-led models. The curriculum is action-based, aligned to relevant standards, and academically rigorous.

STUDENT CHANGEMAKER

LEXIE TESCH
San Francisco Bay Area

“We are the voices. We are the future. We are the change makers.”

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    Why Oklahoma

    Novelist Rilla Askew boldly states, “Oklahoma is America: we are its microcosm; our story is America’s story, intensified to the hundredth power.”  I believe that this is true and will be lived out if we exchange fear of difference and embrace the fact that this difference is where Oklahoma was birthed from the beginning. The […]

  • Aug232021
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    UMD Vote16 Research Network Launch

    NEWS RELEASE:  August 23, 2021 GENERATION CITIZEN AND VOTE16USA HELP LAUNCH VOTE 16 RESEARCH NETWORK TO ANALYZE IMPACT OF LOWERING VOTING AGE IN THE UNITED STATES The study out of the University of Maryland is the first of its kind in the nation. On August 23, Generation Citizen and its Vote16USA initiative, in conjunction with […]

  • Jul232021
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    Equity in Civic Education: Insights From the Massachusetts Policy Context

    Today marks the release of Generation Citizen’s latest white paper, Equity in Civic Education: Insights from the Massachusetts Policy Context. The paper frames the process of stewarding an inclusive civic learning ecosystem in three distinct, interrelated phases: 1) coalition formation and engagement; 2) policy development and passage, and 3) policy implementation. Additionally, it offers an […]

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