Live Streaming Audio: Peter Levine Panelist at Public Forum on Service-Learning Research and Implications for Public Policy
SERVICE-LEARNING RESEARCH AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC POLICY: A PUBLIC FORUM FOR RESEARCHERS AND PRACTITIONERS INTERESTED IN SERVICE-LEARNING, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The 2008 Service-Learning Works-in-Progress Seminar is presenting this public forum, which will feature a panel of nationally recognized youth, civic engagement and, service-learning researchers reflecting on the lessons they believe policy makers Read More >
2008 Service Learning Emerging Scholars Works-in-Progress Seminar June 15-17, 2008 All of the following information is available at: http://cyc.brandeis.edu/seminar
by Joseph Kahne and Ellen Middaugh February 2008 In our study of high school civic opportunities, we found that a student’s race and academic track, and a school’s average socioeconomic status (SES) determines the availability of the school-based civic learning opportunities that promote voting and broader forms of civic engagement. High school students attending higher Read More >
Panel with Professor James Youniss, Catholic University at the L&S America annual meeting.
Peter speaks on a panel organized by Serve DC, the DC Commission for National and Community Service