What are the basic principles behind Scouts taking on positions of responsibility in Scouting?
Our procedures are based on something more than policy or practice they have to have a basis in principles, in what makes Scouting what it is. If you understand the basic principles the procedures explain themselves.
When we discuss positions of responsibility for Scouts we ought to ask if most of the things that happen in the troop at the adult level done according to a job description adhering to a chain of command or do adults mostly just work together cooperatively to do what needs to be done? Who makes sure the adults perform their duties? How does that happen?
Why would we treat Scouts any differently or have expectations of them we wouldn’t have for ourselves as Scouters?
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