Combining Service and Learning in Higher Education: Evaluation of the Learn and Serve America, Higher Education Program
Jan 1, 1999
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This volume summarizes the final report MR-998-EDU on RAND's three-year evaluation of the Learn and Serve America Higher Education (LSAHE) program. It discusses the major activities and accomplishments of the LSAHE-supported programs; the impacts of LSAHE on students, communities, and institutions; and the returns on the public assessment in LSAHE. It also presents the main conclusions of the evaluation.
This project was conducted in the RAND Education unit.
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