|deeper, more lasting change in communities and in students. Although this topic is beyond the scope of this chapter, this is a critical piece of our work over the next several years. We simply cannot both operate on a shoestring and deliver the kind of community partnerships and student reflective/education components needed to really make a difference.|
|2.||weaving multicultural education more fully and effectively into everything we do.|
Significant state and national efforts are beginning to mount on the first two strategies. But building a collective momentum to weave multicultural education more fully and effectively into our philosophy and practice in service-learning remains undone. For the good of our communities, our students, our institutions, and the service-learning movement, let us begin now with this critical work.
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