Preparing Pre-service Teachers and Meeting the Diversity Challenge through Structured Service-learning and Field Experiences in Urban Schools

  • Teri C. Davis
  • Barbara Moely


Teacher Preparation Teacher Candidate Teaching Commission Certification Program Service Learning 
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  • Teri C. Davis
  • Barbara Moely

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