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  4. T. Grant Commission's "Forgotten Half," and Dr. Ernest Boyer's influential books.High School and College have urged that community service become an expected part of growing up m America.
  5. This paper describes a project in which faculty linked with two agencies to facilitate student learning about communication with elders. Data on student learning was collected via survey, focus groups and reflective writing. Survey results showed
  6. A religiously diverse school has proven that teachers can instill both personal and social virtues and a desire to excel, and that academic excellence flows from character development.
  7. There is a growing interest in a national youth service for this country. A Gallup poll conducted earlier this year revealed a positive response (77 percent) by young people in the 18- to 24-year-old age group to a system of voluntary national
  8. This study documents the evolution o fservice learning in America and the types of service learning. This case study examined the perception of 28 young, gifted adolescents involved in a Community Action service learning project toward their project,
  9. 8-1-1970. Thesis. Master of Arts (MA). Psychology. Dr. John K. Brilhart. ... For example, V. I. Cheadle, the Chancellor of the University of California at Santa Barbara, wrote, “If I were to choose any single activity in school which contributed to my
  10. The purpose of this descriptive study was to describe the relationship between structured service-learning outcomes, through Maryland's replication models, and the attainment of employability skills for adolescents. Participants included fifty-five
  11. As of 1981, France reported a total of 143,321 cross-national marriages (Barbara 1989).
  12. The general problem was to assess differences, if any, in selected areas of knowledge, attitudes and behavior among students exposed to a classroom model with students exposed to an experiential (community live-in} model in learning about health

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