Teaching Democracy: What Schools Need to Do

@article{Kahne2003TeachingDW,
  title={Teaching Democracy: What Schools Need to Do},
  author={Joseph Kahne and Joel Westheimer},
  journal={Phi Delta Kappan Magazine},
  year={2003},
  volume={85},
  pages={34 - 66}
}
Mr. Kahne and Mr. Westheimer studied 10 educational programs whose objective -- to develop democratic citizens -- is largely ignored by school reform policy. Schools can fulfill this mission, they discovered, through specific strategies that promote civic commitments, capacities, and connections. WHICH OF THE following headlines never appeared in a daily newspaper? a. Capital City Students Show No Gain in Reading, Math -- Governor Threatens Takeover b. Middletown Schools to Be Taken Over by… Expand
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