Join panelists as we discuss what it takes to educate future generations on what it means to be good citizens.
Voting has gone down by 15% in a generation. In 1960 25% of the youth population reported that they followed public affairs most of the time. By 2000 that figure was down to 5%.
Today, nearly 2/3 of Americans cannot name all three branches of government. Yet knowing about the foundation of our Constitution and being educated about issues allows one to vote with knowledge.