Service Learning Standards Based Models
are composite or generic exemplars that work in Boston classrooms and can be adapted by teachers and students everywhere.  Hundreds of our teachers have contributed to these models by sharing their Service Learning practices through work plans, final reports, school based expositions, learning festivals and conferences.
For more about the Boston model, go to Key Questions & Answers

Get Out the Vote for School Elections
Hands of Friendship Honor Veterans
The Not Forgotten~Lessons from Burial Ground

Walk Her Way on a Women's History Trail
Learning Buddies Learn to Teach~Teach to Learn
Learning Festivals from School to School

School Gardens~Sowing Seeds of Service
Reduce~Reuse~Recycle~Big Dig to Big Fill
Ethnobotany~Sharing Native Plants

Human Needs
Courage Connection 2 Kids 4 Kids
I Remember It Well~Across the Generations
Wall of Fame~Successful Deaf Leaders

Public Safety
Give Peace a Chance~Sharing Conflict Resolution Skills
Make Smoking History with a Quit Smoking Day
Safety Rules on the Playground

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TeachNet Service Learning is administered by Boston Public Schools Affiliate IMPACT II @ School to Career.
Supporting TeachNet are Special Assistant for High School Renewal, Kathleen Mullin; IMPACT II Affiliate Director Barbara Locurto; WebMaster Andrew Binns; High School Renewal; School to Career Program: Linda Younis; Project Assistant: Linda Younis | Project Assistant Jean Gibran. For more information, email

About the Project Archives: The project was active between 2002 and 2007, with teacher-designed projects implemented and published on the website. This site now presents the archives from this project. While many of the teachers and partners may have retired or moved to other schools and projects, the materials published here continue to be valuable to readers, with both the concepts and the projects themselves continuing to be widely read.