Teaching Citizenship Issue 52: Political Literacy revisited
Issue 52 has a theme of 'Political Literacy revisited - from classrooms to communities'. Articles explore the development of political literacy as a key principle of citizenship education and how the concept has developed through teaching citizenship in schools and communities Authors explore a range of current issues from the 'climate crisis' to Covid 19 that require teachers to develop political literacy in conjunction with an understanding of how to ensure political impartiality in the citizenship classroom.
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- Issue 54: 20/20 Vision – What does the next 20 years hold for citizenship education?
- Issue 53: Rethinking the role of race in citizenship education
- Issue 52 Political Literacy revisited
- Issue 51 Information disorder - critical media literacy
- Issue 50 Economic and Financial Education in Citizenship
- Issue 49 Active Citizenship and Social Action
- Issue 48 Taking talk seriously - oracy through citizenship
- Issue 47 Celebrating 20 years since the Crick report
- Issue 46 Human Rights Education
- Issue 45: The rise of the right, Brexit and protest
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- Issue 55: 20/20 Vision part 2- Future-proofing Citizenship education for the next 20 years