Research Suggests “Aims” of Ukraine’s Civic Education Teachers Can Shape Future Citizens and Leaders

Because a democratic system of governance requires an informed citizenry, it is imperative that we understand how our government functions and how we can interact with it. To do so, learning about how government works at a young age prepares future citizens with a foundation which they can draw from as adults.

For example, as countries around the world consider incorporating civic education courses into their curriculum, in Ukraine, a mandatory civic education course for tenth-grade students—”3D Democracy: Think, Care, Act”—has already produced promising results and continues to evolve. The course reaches approximately 60,000 students per year according to USAID/ENGAGE data.

Find more in our analytics via the link below.

Generated by