Volunteers in Schools: A Renewal.

@article{Kompf1992VolunteersIS,
  title={Volunteers in Schools: A Renewal.},
  author={Michael Kompf and Don Dworet},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Education},
  year={1992},
  volume={17},
  pages={92-94}
}
Many schools in Ontario have, or have had, volunteer programs. Most such programs are "successful," although there is limited inter-school or interboard communication about them. Cussons and Hedges' (1978) study of educational volunteers in the Halton Board has been the only comprehensive study for Ontario. Given the demands of curriculum in diverse classroom populations, teachers are pulled in many directions. To accommodate students, additional personnel are required. Non-expert volunteers… 
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