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Document Number: 10277

Fault Lines in our Democracy: Civic Knowledge, Voting Behavior, and Civic Engagement in the United States - This report from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) examines "fault lines" in U.S. democracy including a lack of civics knowledge among students, and the fact that the likelihood of voting and volunteering is strongly related to one's age, education, literacy and numeracy skills, and income level. The authors offer ideas about how to create an educated and skilled citizenry to keep our democracy vital and strong. (Educational Testing Service, April 2012) ...


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