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Educating for a Diverse Democracy in California

California educators, students, parents and community members must stand up for educational approaches that can strengthen our diverse democracy. A new analysis of California data in a national study of public high school principals focuses attention on the degree to which the partisan leaning of the communities surrounding schools is related to important social and political dynamics in the schools. This analysis was conducted by the Institute for Democracy, Education and Access at UCLA and by the Civic Engagement Research Group at UC Riverside.

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