Service Learning and Urban Schools: A Method for Developing Attitudes Reflective of Social Responsibility
Currently, a growing number of our nation's school districts are encouraging students to perform community service. Vermont, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania, for example, all include community service activities as part of their K-12 education plans. Maryland requires all high school students to complete 60 hours of community service prior to graduation. And as part of California's Challenge Initiative, it is expected that by the Year 2004, every student in California will engage in at least one community service or service-learning experience prior to graduation (1996, California Department of Education).
Price, Julianne, "Service Learning and Urban Schools: A Method for Developing Attitudes Reflective of Social Responsibility" (1995). Thesis, Dissertations, Student Creative Activity, and Scholarship. 46.
Copyright 1995 by Julianne Price