New article from APPC researchers shows misbeliefs about vaccine safety predicted hesitancy to vaccinate children ages 5 to 11, even among vaccinated U.S. adults.
Street Law released a free curriculum for middle and high schools on the rule of law, created with the support of APPC's 2021 Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics Award.
A survey shows public knowledge about monkeypox has increased rapidly in recent weeks, though misconceptions and uncertainty persist.
After two years of improvement, Americans’ knowledge of some basic facts about their government has fallen, with less than half able to name the three branches of government.
In advance of Constitution Day, September 17, Annenberg Classroom has released a new film on the First Amendment's freedom of speech when it comes to students in schools.
Many Americans know of the potential risks Covid-19, but growing numbers say they have returned to living their “normal” pre-pandemic lives, according to APPC's July 2022 survey.
A new study details the complex pathway connecting impulsivity, alcohol use, and antisocial behavior, supporting the importance of early intervention.
The Rendell Center conducted its annual Constitutional Scholars Summer Teachers Institute in partnership with APPC for 29 teachers, focusing on the Bill of Rights.
Some in the public have begun to voice concern about the new health threat of monkeypox, according to a new Annenberg Public Policy Center national survey.
Penn PIK Professor Dolores Albarracín, Director of APPC's Science of Science Communication Division, was named an editor of the Journal of Personality & Social Psychology.