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Guidebook: Six Proven Practices for Effective Civic Learning

Guidebook: Six Proven Practices for Effective Civic Learning

The purpose of this guidebook from the National Center for Learning and Civic Engagement (NCLCE) is to serve teachers, administrators, policymakers, and other education leaders who want to put the “Six Proven Practices for Effective Civic Learning,”* in place but are not sure how to begin.

The guide provides ideas for how to promote and utilize these six practices, highlighting research that confirms them as proven strategies for implementing high-quality civic learning, and provides practical suggestions for how to implement each practice in schools and classrooms and how to model state-level policies that support these practices. This guidebook also outlines various programs that align with each practice.

* Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, The Guardian of Democracy: The Civic Mission of Schools, (Silver Spring: Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, 2011)

 This resource was reviewed by members of the RAISE Advisory Partnership (RAP) and determined to be of “High Quality, High Relevance, High Usefulness” to Parent Centers.  RAISE Center is a CPIR partner working with the seven (7) RSA-funded Parent Training & Information Centers to develop and disseminate information and resources that increase their capacity to serve youth and young adults with disabilities and their families. Link to RAISE Center for more Transition-related information.

SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources