“The meaning, value, rituals, and language of civic and political socialization begin during toddlerhood at about the age of three. Whether children are poor or have access to resources, it is our fundamental duty to ensure civic readiness among all children …”
From “Civic Readiness: Preparing Toddlers and Young Children for Civic Education and Sustained Engagement.” Read Civic Readiness.
Sunday’s column on the subject here.
Here’s a voter turnout map.