Role of youth in education
Youth, Education, and the Role of Society: Rethinking Learning in the High School Years by Robert Halpern
The Importance of Education to Youth
Add to Cart. Robert Halpern is director of the doctoral program and chair of the research council at the Erikson Institute in Chicago. Table of Contents. Harvard Education Press. It will mean a fundamentally different understanding of where learning can take place and the wholehearted participation of a variety of institutions and sectors of society. The volume then looks at how various institutions—including schools, after-schools, businesses, and nonprofit and civic organizations—can make unique and indispensable contributions to those crucial learning experiences. A bold and wide-ranging effort to examine—and reimagine—learning and youth development, this book promises to be a major contribution to the literature on adolescent education.
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The role of youth in their educational success
March will stay in the history of Mozambique for tragic reasons. An estimated 1, people were killed in the IDAI cyclone. More than , people were affected, having lost their homes, schools, hospitals, businesses, among many affected sectors. As a consequence of the cyclone, many families were decimated. Mozambique is a country which, due to its geographical location, is hit particularly hard by climate change.