The National High School Ethics Bowl is excited and honored to be featured by the National Humanities Alliance on their new website showcasing outstanding publicly engaged humanities work across the nation. From our profile:

“The National High School Ethics Bowl prioritizes high school students’ own opinions, own thoughts, and importance as citizens of our democratic community, prioritizing their agency as thinkers and community members,” [Director Dominique] Dery notes. “That’s what makes the National High School Ethics Bowl really special. I think it’s really fun and challenging to get together with a diverse group of high school students to talk about controversial issues in a way that’s productive and collaborative, when there might be really deep disagreements. It’s both an essential skill in a democratic community and in high school and I think it can be really engaging in a way that is meaningful and lively and vibrant and fun.”

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