To ensure a diverse and more equitable society, do we still need race-based affirmative action?
Debate: Do We Still Need Race-Based Affirmative Action?
Exploring the role of intellectual humility in historical and philosophical traditions, religious practice, and young people's civic formation.
Intellectual Humility in Theory and Practice
The SNF Agora Institute has awarded its first-ever SNF Agora Faculty Grants, which will fund 10 projects during the 2021-2022 academic year.
SNF Agora Institute Awards 10 Faculty Grants
June 2, 2021
SNF Agora Visiting Fellow, AY 21-22
A conversation about equipping young people with the political knowledge and skills, habits of engagement, and civil tolerance that sustain democratic society.
Why Tough Conversations Matter: Democratic Preparation and America’s Schools
Tools for K-12 school systems to assess and promote civil dialogue, robust political knowledge, and the habits of democratic citizenship.
JHU Institute for Education Policy and SNF Agora Institute Announce Civic Education Tools
September 22, 2020
A tool to equip young people with the political knowledge, political skills, habits of engagement, and civil tolerance that alone sustain democratic society.
Social Studies Knowledge Map™ Introductory Webinar
Student reasoning improves when alternative viewpoints can be considered and engaged, and deliberation can help overcome polarization and reduce extremism.
Election 2020: Engaging Students in Civic Discourse
Experts explore the future of civics education
November 8, 2019
Civics & The Future of Democracy Conference with The Atlantic
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