Joseph Kahne is the Ted and Jo Dutton Presidential Professor of Education Policy and Politics at the University of California, Riverside. He studies the ways school practices and youth engagement with digital media influence the quality and equality of youth civic and political engagement. Kahne sits on the steering committee of the National Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools and is an advisor to many civically oriented school reform efforts.
March 12, 2018
Emma González, a high school student from Parkland, now has more Twitter followers than the NRA. Indeed, numerous students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have turned the social media skills and...Categories: Civic Engagement, Featured
January 8, 2018
Teresa Chin works with youth in downtown Oakland, Calif. at Youth Radio — a media production company driven by young people. One thing she works with youth on is the development of...Categories: Civic Engagement, Educational Practice, Featured
April 14, 2014
Social network sites, websites and text increasingly serve as a conduit for political information and a major public arena where citizens express and exchange their political ideas, raise funds and mobilize others...Categories: Civic Engagement, Digital Citizenship