Teach the Partnership: Critical University Studies and the Future of Service-Learning

@inproceedings{Fine2017TeachTP,
  title={Teach the Partnership: Critical University Studies and the Future of Service-Learning},
  author={David J. Fine},
  year={2017}
}
Edward Zlotkowski's (1995) article "Does Service-Learning Have a Future?" challenges the academy to integrate community-engaged learning into the curriculum. As Zlotkowski suggests, students, staff, and faculty ought to engender a culture of civic action and ethical accountability enhanced by rigorous coursework, but this goal necessitates resources: administrators must invest in service-learning to reap its full benefits. Issues arise, however, when one considers this investment in light of… CONTINUE READING

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