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From VOA Learning English, this is the Education Report. Educators around the world teach civics and citizenship. Teachers want young people to understand their country’s political system. But an international survey in 2009 reported that civics education does not always have the goal of causing students to take an active part in their communities. The International Civic and Citizenship Education Study was sponsored by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). The study also found that students had the highest levels of trust for schools, but the lowest levels of trust for political parties. Many students planned to vote in national elections. Fewer planned to be more politically active as adults by joining a political party or running for office. The IEA survey said students with this knowledge do not accept authoritarian government. They do not accept corruption or breaking the law, either. In the United States, being active in civic life is one of the main goals of civic education. The Center for Civic Education works with a network of 50 state programs to promote teaching and learning about the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. It teaches students how to be active in their government. “We the People” is one of several programs to support civic learning in the United States. Georgetown University professor Diana Owen studied the students of teachers who received “We the People” professional development. A May 2015 report shows that students in those classes have greater knowledge than students in other civics classes.