Indicators:Connectivity

This tool represents “the respondent’s opinion about the importance of being active in his/her neighborhood and participating in various civic activities, including serving on a jury, reporting crimes, keeping the neighborhood clean and safe, and particip ...

This tool represents the extent to which students feel ownership of their school (p. 32).  This “ownership of school” can affect the extent to which students are inclined and empowered to engage in civic participation beyond their school.This tool was tes ...

This tool measures the opinions of young people regarding their “trust of elected officials, the extent to which citizens need to hold the government accountable, and government concern for ordinary people” (p. 7).This tool was tested on 1,924 youth in gr ...