Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics
NAS documents how activists have taken over the term "civic learning."
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Peter Wood gives President-elect Trump recommendations for higher education.
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Professor Stanley Fish offers his thoughts on our report Making Citizens.
NAS has analyzed the masquerading of political activism as a civics education in our report Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics, garnering media attention.
PRESS RELEASE: A new study, Making Citizens, documents how activists have taken over the term "civic learning" and turned it into a way to raise up a new generation of protesters.
An in-depth report on how civics is taught around the United States.
William Young examines the Constitution's origins in the Western philosophical tradition.
NAS president Peter Wood writes on free speech and censorship in The New Criterion.
President Wim Wiewel explains in an email to students that the University is committed to free speech, peaceful protest, and "robust debate."