Education Newsletter

August 2015

encouraging youth civic engagement

With the 2016 presidential elections on the horizon, the political buzz across the nation is louder than ever. On virtually every social media platform today, you will find people speaking out on political issues in one form or another. Political engagement through social media appears to be particularly common among youth. But for many members of our generation, re?tweeting and re?blogging on social media will be as involved as they get in the political process.
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