Advocacy-Based Service-Learning
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Description: Advocacy-based service-learning is a critical model of civic education and a powerful level for community change. The University of Wisconsin’s Diana Hess and Casey Meehan define advocacy-based service, offer examples, answer common concerns, and raise five essential questions for practitioners.


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Service-Learning as a Strategy: Youth in Governance
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Description: The goal of Youth in Governance is "to enhance young people's influence by getting youth into (or close to) seats of institutional power and decision-making." Carrie Mook, Shepherd Zeldin, and Linda Camino from the University of Wisconsin created this comprehensive presentation that you can use to introduce others to the definition, forms, and implementation issues surrounding involving youth in governance. YIG can take many forms from a student on the school board to State Farm's Youth Advisory Board to Youth Courts.


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Make Your Voice Heard: Discover Democratic Education
Nice 2.36 minute video on what students learn in over 13000 hours of K-12 schooling and what they should learn for democratic education.