Wednesday, June 3, 2009

NYLC: The Generator, Spring 2009: Partnerships

The Generator, Spring 2009: Partnerships

Spring 2009
Vol. 27 | No. 1

Dear Readers:

As this school year comes to an end, we hope that even educators are looking forward to summers of reflection and time to consider new directions for service-learning projects.

In this issue of the Generator we explore the power of partnerships, one of the eight evidence-based standards for service-learning. Not only do partnerships offer opportunities for new kinds of parent involvement, but they also offer projects a global reach.

In this issue:

  • Partnering for Service-Learning Advancement
  • Partnerships Build Healthy Communities
  • Neighbors as Partners for Social Justice in Chicago
  • Teacher Tool: Connecting Locally with Parents
  • Teacher Tool: Going Global with Reciprocal Partnerships

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We wish you a good and relaxing summer and hope to see you at the Sixth Annual Urban Service-Learning Institute in Philadelphia, August 5-7.

Happy reading!


Maddy Wegner
Communications Director

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