Smith Mark K. (2005). Â« Extended schools: theory, practice and issues Â». The encyclopedia of informal education : INFED. En ligne : <http://www.infed.org/sc ... /extended_schooling.htm> (consultĂ© le 14 fĂ©vrier 2011).
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The idea of extended schooling has its immediate roots in the development of full-service schooling initiatives in the United States. The establishment of the new community school initiative in Scotland (1999) was the first major implementation of the approach in the UK. In Wales, the idea of community-focused schools has been used to explore similar provision. However, the idea of centring the provision of different services on school sites is hardly new. Since the nineteenth century there have been various examples of schools offering medical and welfare services alongside their more traditional activities (see community schooling). In this article we briefly examine idea of full-service schooling before reviewing the current theory and practice with regard to extended schools in England. We look at some of the implications of extended schools for informal educators and some of the issues around the development of community education.
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