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Wednesday, June 12, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Lorraine Cashman
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Community Works Journal is published by Community Works Institute, in support of teaching practices that build community. Community Works Journal is now in its fourteenth year of publication and continues to meet a crucial need for sharing reflections on teaching, along with models and resources that inspire by example.

The Journal supports educators from K-16 schools, community-based programs, and supporting networks. Over the years we have published hundreds of stories from urban, rural, and suburban communities, large and small. The articles we publish range from deeply personal reflections to more formal description of programs and curriculum. - See more at: http://www.communityworksinstitute.org/cwjonline/submitguide.html#sthash.7EKXyBwk.dpuf
Community Works Journal is published by Community Works Institute, in support of teaching practices that build community. Community Works Journal is now in its fourteenth year of publication and continues to meet a crucial need for sharing reflections on teaching, along with models and resources that inspire by example.

The Journal supports educators from K-16 schools, community-based programs, and supporting networks. Over the years we have published hundreds of stories from urban, rural, and suburban communities, large and small. The articles we publish range from deeply personal reflections to more formal description of programs and curriculum. - See more at: http://www.communityworksinstitute.org/cwjonline/submitguide.html#sthash.7EKXyBwk.dpuf

Community Works Journal, an online magazine for educators, is published by Community Works Institute, in support of teaching practices that build community. Community Works Journal is now in its fourteenth year of publication and continues to meet a crucial need for sharing reflections on teaching, along with models and resources that inspire by example.

The Journal supports educators from K-16 schools, community-based programs, and supporting networks. The journal publishes stories from urban, rural, and suburban communities, large and small, in pieces ranging from deeply personal reflections to more formal description of programs and curriculum. - See more at: http://www.communityworksinstitute.org/cwjonline/submitguide.html#sthash.7EKXyBwk.dpuf

Community Works Journal welcomes unsolicited articles and essays. Submissions will be reviewed and their authors contacted promptly.

For more information, see http://www.communityworksjournal.org/



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