Higher Education Civic Learning and Engagement: A Massachusetts Case Study

Explores the civic learning and engagement efforts of Massachusetts’ public higher education system in five areas: vision of preparing citizens as a core educational commitment; development of a state higher education policy on civic learning; creation of civic engagement and service-learning course designations; progress in statewide assessment accountability for civic learning; and policies to align civic learning across the K-16 education continuum.

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