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The Rewards of Mentoring

By MELANY TRENARY Life is full of contradictions, and many times our efforts do not seem to make sense. In our fast paced lifestyles, we expect to see results quickly and tend to give up even quicker. However, as we … Continue reading

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Take Your Curriculum to Your Community

CWI’s “Service-Learning Program Package“ & 50% Scholarship Rates available through Thurs. DEC 22 learn more Take your school or organization’s connection to community to a deeper level of learning experiences with compelling student engaging projects Bring a three-person Institute team, … Continue reading

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Teach for Democracy

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Small Versus Large Schools: The Truth About Equity, Cost, and Diversity of Programming

By STUART R. GRAUER, Ed.D. Dr. Stuart Grauer is a teacher, the founding Head of School at The Grauer School, Founder of The Small Schools Coalition, and a contributing editor for Community Works Journal. Powerful and often compelling myths about … Continue reading

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Small Schools: The Myths, Reality, and Potential of Small Schools

By STUART GRAUER and CHRISTINA RYAN Dr. Stuart Grauer is a teacher, the founding Head of School at The Grauer School, and Founder of The Small Schools Coalition. “I spent years where I did not have a meaningful conversation with … Continue reading

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Service-Learning Program Support Packages!

CWI’s 2017 Summer EAST and WEST Institutes on Place Based Service-Learning, and Sustainability Burlington, Vermont  • Los Angeles We have a wonderful but limited time opportunity, thanks to a generous private funder. Register by DEC 20 for Summer EAST or … Continue reading

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The Science of Citizenship: What’s at Stake When Schools Skimp on Science?

By BELLE BOGGS ONE OF THE MOST remarkable scenes in Rebecca Skloot’sn work of science journalism, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, happens about halfway through the book, in a smoky Baltimore kitchen. Skloot has been pursuing the reluctant Lacks … Continue reading

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Notes From New Mexico: Learning From Kenya and Murphy and Otis and Roxy

Notes From New Mexico:  Learning From Kenya and Murphy and Otis and Roxy By Kary Schumpert We can find lessons anywhere, when we are open and willing. We can find inspiration anywhere if we look hard enough. We can find … Continue reading

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The Complete Resource for Service-Learning and Sustainability

The Complete Resource for Service-Learning and Sustainability Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum: A Workbook for Teachers and Administrators learn more • order online EXPANDED & REVISED THIRD EDITION Includes a NEW section on Education for Sustainability, along with an expanded … Continue reading

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