Monday, November 5, 2012

julian sefton-green

Urban Sanctuaries (McLaughlin, Irby, and Langman 1994) has established standards from which subsequent interpretations can be developed. It has also set a standard for looking at learn- ing as a narrative of change and the place of the personal, where special persons (McLaughlin calls them “wizards”) are central actors within these narratives. The “it” that wizards know how to do is not a model program but rather a community created by adults associated with the program who respect the attitudes, interests, and the needs of the youth themselves (218). 

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