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On the one hand, we intone the absolute necessity of developing good citizens for our families, schools, colleges, communities, nations, and the world. On the other, we shamelessly short-change civic education and the social sciences.

If students can't see the future relevance of what they learn in school, it's time to rethink the why, what, and how of education.

In our fast-changing world, global knowledge is a critical component of a well-rounded education, writes Gary Marx.


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