The purpose of this study was to develop a profile of Service Learning activities and programs in South Carolina; to explore the relationship between the person coordinating these activities and the degree to which Service Learning is practiced; to determine how Service Learning projects and activities respond to the national priorities of meeting critical educational, human, public safety, and environmental needs; and to determine how many students are participating and the number of hours they are volunteering in Service Learning activities. The study addressed all public schools funded in FY93 with Serve America and FY94 with Learn and Serve America money. The study employed two primary methods of data collection: questionnaires and individual interviews.
Carter, Mary Kathryn Gibson, "A Profile of Service Learning Programs in South Carolina and Their Responsiveness to the National Priorities" (1995). Thesis, Dissertations, Student Creative Activity, and Scholarship. 10.
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