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Voice, choice, and action : the potential of young citizens to heal democracy

text Voice, choice, and action : the potential of young citizens to heal democracy

Summary

"Young people have the potential to educate and inspire their communities, if only adults will listen to them. Felton Earls and Mary Carlson have spent decades listening to children and encouraging them to use their voices for social change"--

Contents
PART I. NURTURING: Known city -- Lonely cradles -- From minors to citizens -- PART II. VOICE: Wishes of the community -- Big ideas in small places -- PART III. CHOICE: Reaching mutual understanding -- Promoting human development -- PART IV. ACTION... Read more
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xi, 319 pages ; 22 cm
Publisher
The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 2020

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TADL-WOOD 320.083 EAR in New Non-fiction Available

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