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April 03, 2017

Who Makes Democratic Change?

We need a model of making school changes based on citizens first, not government first. There are many precedents.

March 30, 2017

Is Less Governance Always Better for Students?

Conservatives are partially right to advocate for less government, says Deborah Meier.

March 28, 2017

Empowering Students: When the Last Become First

In learning civic skills and taking public action through the citizen politics approach, students, often on the margins, change expectations and challenge school cultures. They also illustrate the power of "a different kind of politics" beyond the Manichean mindset.

March 23, 2017

Our Democracy Is Weak Now, Let's Fight for It in Schools

The forms of democracy are weak now. Students, families, and teachers should fight for it, argues Deborah Meier.

March 21, 2017

Repairers of the Breach

In a time of civic unravelling especially along partisan lines, how can we add a strong emphasis (and assessment dimension) on "civic repair" to every issue and organizing effort?

March 14, 2017

Democratic School Communities in Unexpected Places

If we want to build a broad, majority coalition for democratic educational reform with a strong emphasis on communities, we need to look in places that are not part of the conventional progressive horizon.

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