Changing Lives: Voices from a School That Works
This book tells the story of 40 high-school drop-outs over a period of twenty years who have attended the Community School, a small alternative school in Camden, Maine. The students' stories indirectly reveal the history of the school itself, its fragile beginning and growth pangs as staff learned from students.
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Defining Ourselves Defining a Program 19731978
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