Implementation of the Chicago Public Schools Service Learning Initiative: The Role of Teacher Coaches
The growth of service leaming during the past two decades is testimony to this method by which young people learn and develop through active participation in service experiences. Legislative initiatives have supported schools in their efforts to involve youth with their local communities through service linked to academic study. In 1984, 9 percent of all high schools offered some form of service learning. By 1999, 46 percent of public high schools alone were using service learning activities (Kleiner and Chapman 1999). At the same time, service learning studies are complicated by the subject's broad-based goals, the varying contexts and age groups employed, and outcomes often difficult to measure.
Conlon, Elizabeth F., "Implementation of the Chicago Public Schools Service Learning Initiative: The Role of Teacher Coaches" (2001). Thesis, Dissertations, Student Creative Activity, and Scholarship. 9.
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