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Title:  What Democracy Means to Ninth-Graders: U.S. Results From the International IEA Civic Education Study
Description: This report presents an analysis of U.S. data from an assessment of the civic knowledge and skills of 14-year old students across 28 countries and their attitudes toward civic issues. The Civic Education Study assessment was conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). In the United States, the assessment was administered to a nationally representative sample of ninth-graders in October 1999. The report includes the civic achievement of U.S. students compared to other countries; the school and classroom context of civic knowledge; the demographic, socioeconomic, and out-of-school context of civic knowledge; the studentsí concepts of democracy, citizenship, and government; their attitudes toward civic issues; and their current and expected political activities.
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Cover Date: April 2001
Web Release: April 27, 2001
Print Release: April 23, 2001
Publication #: NCES 2001096
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Center/Program: NCES
Authors: Stephane Baldi, Marianne Perie, Dan Skidmore, Elizabeth Greenberg, Carole Hahn
Type of Product: Statistical Analysis Report
Survey/Program Areas: Civic Education Study (CivEd)
International Activities Program (IAP)
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