"This is a well written and scholarly work on the topic of full service and community schools that should be readable by a general audience. It is an original project that provides an in-depth study into an area of current interest. The Full-Service Community School Movement should have a substantial shelf life because it offers a historical perspective of enduring value with ties to the future." - Charles J. Russo, J.D., Ed.D., Panzer Chair in Education and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Dayton
The Full-Service Community School Movement: Lessons from the James Adams Community Schoolby J. Richardson
This book contributes in multiple dimensions to the educational literature through an articulation of T.J. and Anita Anderson's vision; how the community and faculty adopted the vision; what it meant in practical terms to matriculating students and their families; and, espouses lessons applicable in the 21st Century.
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Jeanita W. Richardson is Associate Professor in the Division of Public Health Policy & Practice, Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Virginia.
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