Service Learning and Improved Academic Achievement: The National Scene
by Madeleine M. Kunin — 1997
We cannot be satisfied until we can provide an excellent education to every child in America. That is why the compelling evidence from schools and communities across the country about the educational benefits of service learning merits our serious attention. We must begin to concentrate on what works in one community and learn how to transplant it to another. It is often said that there is an answer to every problem somewhere in America. Our challenge is to make those answers available everywhere, and make success more the norm than the exception.
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