Because democracy depends upon a well-informed, engaged citizenry, the National Center has made on-line communication a cornerstone of its web program.
We provide tools to help you connect with friends and colleagues at the local, regional, and national levels. These communication channels are intended to foster a “community of democracy” among classroom teachers, community educators, students, and the interested public.
We encourage you to explore, connect, ask questions, share topical information, discuss and debate issues, and stay in touch with the latest developments in democracy education.
Visit the Discussion Boards to participate in or read discussions about current events, teaching strategies, student projects, or democracy news and views. Ask questions, post your thoughts, share strategies, and discuss and debate current events.
A showcase of democracy-related projects created by students, classroom and community educators, and visitors from around the country. Get ideas for individual or classroom projects that explore democracy, or share your own projects with others.