Service Learning in Michigan Survey Results and Analysis
In May of 2002, Public Sector Consultants, on behalf of the Michigan Community Service Commission, conducted a mail survey of school principals in a sampling of Michigan public schools. Its purpose is to provide a descriptive baseline of the prevalence of service learning throughout Michigan. The survey also examines the use of community service activities in the schools (activities that are not curriculum-based) compared to service learning, which is structured within an academic course or curriculum with clearly defined learning objectives.
Public Sector Consultants Inc., "Service Learning in Michigan Survey Results and Analysis" (2002). Service Learning, General. 158.