New Youth Policy Reports
Posted by on July 11, 2003
Two new FREE publications that contain information on service-learning
The American Youth Policy Forum has recently released two new publications that feature service and service-learning. For a free hard copy of either publication is available for NSLP members, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address. Also available online.
Shaping the Future of American Youth: Youth Policy in the 21st Century
A section called New Pathways to Civic Renewal by Alan Khazei and Michael Brown features their vision of service in America for the future. Jim Kielsmeier and Shirley Sagawa response to the vision.
Building an Effective Citizenry–Lessons Learned From Initiatives in Youth Engagement
In 2002-2003, American Youth Policy Forum conducted a series of forums and field trips, each focused on issues related to the development of effective citizenry and youth engagement. Participants in these experiences had the opportunity to learn about the wide variety of work currently taking place to help young people take action in their schools and communities and to become engaged and effective citizens.
Researchers presented recent findings about youth civic engagement, and leaders from youth organizations discussed their efforts to engage young people in education reform, service-learning, and community activism.
Sarah S. Pearson
American Youth Policy Forum
1836 Jefferson Place, NW, Washington, DC 20036
Celebrating 10 Years of Service to the Youth Policy Community
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