A qualitative study to investigate implications of service learning in youth was completed by Webster, Bruce, and Hoover. Their article identifies several key components to implement teen service learning programs. The teens are able to articulate their contributions to community and service and suggest adults do not need to be the sole organizers of the projects. Adults are needed to assist in evaluation but may be able to release some planning authority to the teens. This study provides an important insight into how teens view the service learning component of leadership education.
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