Community Problem Solving Works for Middle Level Students
Secondary and Middle Grades Education
Describes benefits of service learning for middle school students. Describes the Community Problem Solving (CPS) Program, a competitive program in which students use the creative problem- solving process to identify community problems and develop and implement solutions. Differentiates community problem solving from other service learning initiatives. Maintains that CPS is important for the future of the communities and their children.
Middle School Journal
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Bohnenberger, J. E., & Terry, A. W. (2002). Community problem solving works for middle level students. Middle School Journal, 34(1), 5-12.