The Role of Rural Schools in Community Development: Policy Issues and Implications

@inproceedings{Miller1995TheRO,
  title={The Role of Rural Schools in Community Development: Policy Issues and Implications},
  author={Bruce P. Miller},
  year={1995}
}
This report explores issues related to expanding the roles of schools and youth in rural community development. It is suggested that rural schools, when working in partnership with local leaders and residents, can have a positive impact on community viability. The report is based on a project involving a partnership between a local school system and a rural Midwest community, and a second project implementing school-to-work transition in an isolated rural Midwest community. Research suggests… CONTINUE READING

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