Explore the debate and science of Global Citizenship.

July 20, 2017

The New Civics Pushes Progressive Advocacy Through Service Learning

David Randall

David Randall examines a few case studies of New Civics programs in Indiana.

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April 21, 2017

Red Star Over Campus - 4/26/2017 in Washington D.C.

National Association of Scholars

Join us in Washington DC for the launch of NAS’s latest report, Outsourced to China, on China’s soft power influence through Confucius Institutes. 

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June 24, 2016

The New Age of Orthodoxy Overtakes the Campus

Peter Wood

The greatest threat to academic freedom today is the campus "social justice" machine, writes Peter Wood in his review of Joanna Williams' Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity.

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March 14, 2014

The World Citizen on Campus

Peter Wood

The campus Left has found a new way of fostering a soft disdain for the American civic tradition: teaching students to be “citizens of the world.”

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February 11, 2014

An Update on the Mess at Bowdoin

KC Johnson

Dr. KC Johnson follows up on the Bowdoin Global Citizenship conference.

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February 15, 2013

Teaching Collegians to Be World Citizens

Peter Wood

Being a citizen of the world seems to have magnetic appeal to college students, and American colleges and universities are tapping into this longing.

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August 8, 2012

Too Many College Students? Yes, Unfortunately

Peter Wood

Peter Wood debates Macalester College president Brian Rosenberg on whether the U.S. should pursue the goal of further increases in college enrollments.

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January 10, 2012

Call For Civic Learning

Glenn Ricketts

Mr. Ricketts advocates the study of civics, but his idea of such a course differs from how the a recent DoED report interprets the subject.

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September 26, 2011

Citizens of the World

Peter Wood

Global citizenship isn’t burdened with taxes, military service, jury duty, and the like. And it sounds so cosmopolitan. But what, asks Peter Wood, does it really entail?

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