Volume 13 (1), 2012

Section I:  The Growing Concern Over Civic Education

Rogers, Michael T. 2012. “A Civic Education Crisis,” pp. 1-36.

Maranto, Robert. 2012. “Just the Facts Ma’am (and a Few Stories): What We Need in Civic Education,” pp. 37-52.

Section II:  Regional Assessments of Civic Education

Gooch, Donald M. and Michael T. Rogers. 2012. “A Natural Disaster of Civic Proportions: College Students in the Natural State Falls Short of the Naturalization Benchmark,” pp. 53-82.

Warner, Barbara and Karen Sebold. 2012. “Coordination of Civics Education at Two- and Four-Year Higher Education Institutions in the State of Arkansas,” pp. 83-100.

Section III:  Visions of a Reformed Formalized Civic Education

Ash, Jennifer A. and Patrick A. Stewart. 2012. “The U.S. Citizenship Test as a High School Exit Exam: Arkansas Attitudes,” pp. 101-110.

Stotsky, Sandra. 2012. “How Common Core’s Reading Standards May Improve Civic Literacy in Arkansas,” pp. 111-132.

Section IV:  Civic Education Best Practices

Yawn, Mike. 2012. “Citizen Academies: Promoting Civic Education, Civic Engagement, and Social Capital,” pp. 133-156.

English, Art. 2012. “In Their Own Words: Norms of Civic Engagement in a Political Science Internship Program,” pp. 157-176.

Howard, Joseph Y. and Keith A. Nitta. 2012. “Helping Students Become Civically Engaged Through Service Learning Courses,” pp. 177-185.