The National Service-Learning Partnership is pleased to announce the release of Information for Action: A Journal for Research on Service-Learning for Children and Youth, Volume I, Number 2.
The Journal is a peer-reviewed publication that features relevant, methodologically sound studies of service-learning impacts and examples of innovative instruction written by experts, scholars, practitioners, and youth.
The Journal is filled with important reports from a variety of perspectives and includes information that contributes to the growing literature on service-learning research. In it, you will find studies from collegiate researchers, practitioners, and youth.
Volume I, Number 2 includes the following articles:
Service-Learning as Creative Productivity
by Jane Newman and Larry Bailis
Cultural-Based Service-Learning as a Transformative Learning
Experience for Undergraduate Students and Community Recipients
Christina Kwon Director of Member Engagement
National Service-Learning Partnership
Academy for Educational Development