Central High School Marshall-Brennan Participation Approved for Public Service Credit
Posted April 10th, 2012 by Jina A. Scinta
One of the Central High School partnership activities is teaching seniors in the law and government class. Law students teach from a prepared curriculum and textbook focusing on civil liberties as it applies to students. Law students must have taken Constitutional Law to teach in this program. In the past, law students enrolled in the "We the People" Bill of Rights Teaching Practicum course for one credit hour per semester (maximum of two credit hours). The Public Service Committee has just approved participation in the Marshall Brennan program for public service credit as an alternative to academic credit. Law students interested in participating for either academic or public service credit should discuss their interest with Professor Sam Marcosson.