This report from the National Task Force on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement calls on the nation to reclaim higher education’s civic mission.
These reports summarize national college student participation in each national U.S. election (2016, 2018, 2020).
A brief perspective from HBCU students on their interactions regarding civic engagement with Elections Officials, Politicians, Third-party organizations, and Campus Administrators.
IDHE’s flagship project (“N-Solve”) is the first and only study to objectively examine student and institution-level data on student voting, and to share these data with participating campuses.
Seven states currently discriminate on the basis of age in their vote-at-home (also known as absentee ballot) systems, and this report explains why these laws are unconstitutional under the Twenty-Sixth Amendment, which prohibits age discrimination in voting.
This research design provides evidence whether the adoption of a single election administration reform—permitting
early in-person voting to occur on public college and university campuses in Florida for the 2018 general elections—had a positive effect on turnout, especially among young voters, who do not normally vote in midterm elections.
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