Learn & Serve Higher Education in Minnesota
This article provides a descriptive evaluation of 12 higher education, service-learning programs in Minnesota funded in part by the Corporation for National Service: Learn and Serve America Program.' The research for this project was conducted in 45 days during the summer of 1995 using a phenomenological methodology to examine the impact and sustainability of the programs. The data for this research were derived from interviews with individuals involved in local initiatives. Three main categories of information became evident after analyzing the data: (I) program design, (2) success and impact of programs, and (3) sustainability and the future of service-learning. These data demonstrate how service-learning experiences are appreciated by most involved, that the quality of programs vary significantly, and that sustainability is uncertain from a long term perspective.
Gormley, Kevin J., "Leam & Serve Higher Education Programs in Minnesota: The Impact and Sustainability of Service-Learning" (1996). Higher Education. 52.