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    Homeless Youth

    Homeless Youth: Research, Intervention, and Policy by Karen Spuriel Coleman- MBA Abstract Homelessness among youth in the U.S. is disturbingly common, with an estimated annual prevalence of at least 5 percent for those ages 12 to 17. Although homeless youth appear throughout the nation, they are most visible in major cities. Rigorous research on this special population is sparse, making it difficult to capture an accurate and complete picture. Despite its limitations, recent research describes

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    Why Do Students Drop Out of School? (Cause-Effect Essay)

    Do you know why students drop out of school? Nowdays students usually drop out of school, to get a career. More than before job seekers are looking for people who have finished high school (at least). The fact that students drop out of school is caused for different reasons. There are three main causes why students drop out of school: they can't afford tuition, they prefer to work, and they fail the course. One reason which students decide to drop out of school is because they don't have enough

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    Youth Gangs

    Describing Gang Membership: An Examination of Youth Gangs Kiara C. Ross Georgia Gwinnett College Introduction Numerous studies have been conducted on the subject of youth in gangs and the many characteristics of a member or a nonmember. In this paper I will discuss what is considered a member of a youth gang, a nonmember and anything else in between. I have read three articles and I will compare and contrast each of their findings in detail. Article 1 The first article that I will be discussing

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    Youth Violence

    Causes of Youth Violence Latoya Cook CM107-23 March 8, 2013 I. Introduction II. Peer pressure A. What is peer pressure? B. How to stop peer pressure? III. Parental Violence A. Involving more extra curriculum activities B. Parent and families making a difference IV. Bully and Victim A. Statistic of being bullied B. What is being bullied? V. Conclusion

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    Youth Violence

    Tackling Youth Violence in Schools Eric Mack American Intercontinental University Abstract This paper highlights the causes of school violence and aggressive behavior among youth in our society. It addresses family issues in the home, school related factors, and the influence of mass media on violence in our schools. Evidence suggests that schools have trouble tackling the complicated social, economic, and personal causes that generate the violent behavior of numerous young people

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    Youth Rebellion

    My own thoughts on Youth Rebellion Youth rebellion is a vital process of a child's turning into an adult. It can also be seen as teenage rebellion. What is the exact definition of youth rebellion? This is the Wikipedia version: "As part of their development into young adults, humans must develop an identity independent from their parents or family and a capacity for independent decision-making. They may experiment with different roles, behaviours, and ideologies as part of their process of

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    Youth

    and significant proxy of a society which plays a decisive role is the youth and fresh blood generation of that society. If we analyze the role and duty in a society we can say as; Youth are back bone to the nation. They can change the future of the society with their well being and courageous behavior. They are here to show us that which we have not been willing to look at within ourselves. Unfortunately today we find the youth those who are more interested in other places which are not useful to

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    Youth Violence

    Youth Violence Introduction (Attention Step): * Youth violence refers to harmful behaviors that can start early and continue into young adulthood. * The youngster can be a victim, an offender or a witness to the violence * Youth violence has always been a problem in United States * It is increasing dramatically since 1980’s and 1990’s * Youth violence mostly happened to teenagers between 10 to 24 years old * Youth violence includes various behaviors such as bullying, slapping

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    Drop Outs

    This essay is about high school drop-outs and why it is a major problem for our youth. Drop-outs are faced with unnecessary challenges that could have been avoided if they stayed in school and graduated. The age that people drop out of school is about when they are about 16 or 17 years old. In the last 20 years the earnings level of dropouts doubled, while it nearly tripled for college graduates. Recent dropouts will earn $200,000 less than high school graduates, and over $800,000 less than college

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    Youth at Risk

    Youth At-Risk: Preventing Student Dropouts and Facilitating Reintegration A State of Israel Experience Full Paper Melfi M. Caranto. Technological Institute of the Philippines, Manila Overview of Israel’s Educational System The wellbeing of the youth is being taken as a serious national issue in Israel and they have done concrete actions about it. First of all, Israel has a very good educational structure and system. Education is free and compulsory from 1st

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    Factors Affecting Students Decision to Drop Out of School

    FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ DECISION TO DROP OUT OF SCHOOL A Research Paper Presented to Center for Social Development Research Cor Jesu College Digos City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For Academic Research by HERMOGENES C. ORION, JR, Ed.D ERIKKA JUNE D. FOROSUELO, DM-HRM JEAN M. CAVALIDA, MA, RGC March 2013 COR JESU COLLEGE Sacred Heart Ave., Digos City 8002 Davao del Sur Philippines APPROVAL SHEET -------------------------------------------------

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    Youth Suicide

    Suicide Amongst Youth November 21, 2013 INTRODUCTION Barry parr, a window cleaner in a small town, was working as usual in December 2001, not expecting anything interesting to happen. Suddenly, he heard a yell from afar and saw a 14 year old girl who was preparing to hang herself from a nearby tree. He showed signs of his incipient heroism as he quickly grabbed his ladder and ran across the road to try and talk her into retreating. He tried, and that was when she got real about committing

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    Liability of the School for Student Injury Arising Out of Acts or Omissions of Teachers, Instructors, Professors, and School Officials: Some Legal Bases

    TITLE: LIABILITY OF THE SCHOOL FOR STUDENT INJURY ARISING OUT OF ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF TEACHERS, INSTRUCTORS, PROFESSORS, AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS: SOME LEGAL BASES PRESENTER: LUZVIMINDA E. REYES SUBJECT: EDUCATION 205- THE LAW AND THE SCHOOL PROFESSORIAL LECTURER: DR. PITSBERG B. DE ROSAS

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    How Schools Can Lower Number of Drop Outs

    review my essay and make recommendations as it may deem appropriate.Thanks What high schools can do to lower the number of dropouts Name: Institution: What high schools can do to lower the number of dropouts Though masked by the highly addressed topics of poor grades in the National Examinations, the issue of high school dropout is a real menace that will soon present real problems and danger unless swift measures are taken to address

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    The Impact of School-Based Mentoring on Youths with Different Relational Profiles

    1037/a0021379 The Impact of School-Based Mentoring on Youths With Different Relational Profiles Sarah E. O. Schwartz, Jean E. Rhodes, and Christian S. Chan University of Massachusetts Boston Carla Herrera Public/Private Ventures, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Associations between youths’ relationship profiles and mentoring outcomes were explored in the context of a national, randomized study of 1,139 youths (54% female) in geographically diverse Big Brothers Big Sisters school-based mentoring programs

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    At Risk Youth

    We can do this by eliciting the best teachers, quality schools, and administrators to instruct these disadvantaged children. We can also do this as parents by making sure that we have educational attainment as our goal for our children by providing different instructional avenues in the home to facilitate learning and desire for learning by our children. If all of these parts of the puzzle can be put in place correctly, then at-risk youth at least have an equal opportunity to succeed in this world

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    Common Reasons of High School Drop- Outs in Emiliano Tria Tirona Memorial National High School Year 2002-2007

    Being in high school is one of the most important endeavors that a child should experience. It may be difficult to adjust to the new changes during the first year because some can be confused and scared but it can also be very exciting to others. However, the students will soon notice that high school life and learning is fun yet complicated. Generally, being responsible students, they should deal with the problems being faced in high school in a positive manner. Public schools handle about

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    Concept Paper-Out of School Children

    Concept Paper (Eliminating Illiteracy-Caring for Out-of-School/Vulnerable Children) Introduction  In Pakistan, over 25 Million children are out of school, therefore it is crucial that all human and material resources are mobilized to bring children in schools. This concept paper is prepared in the context of Planning commission’s vision 2025 to achieve one of its major objectives of building a knowledge society and knowledge economy. Though mainly it is the responsibility of parents to raise

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    Understanding Why Students Drop Out of High School, According to Their Own Reports

    Understanding Why Students Drop Out of High School, According to Their Own Reports Are They Pushed or Pulled, or Do They Fall Out? A Comparative Analysis of Seven Nationally Representative Studies Abstract Research on school dropout extends from early 20th-century pioneers until now, marking trends of causes and prevention. However, specific dropout causes reported by students from several nationally representative studies have never been examined together, which, if done, could lead to a better

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    Liabilities of the School for Student Injury Arising Out of Acts or Omissions of Teachers and School Official and Some Legal Bases

    Department of Education Cipriano P. Primicias National High School Alcala, Pangasinan Grading Sheet Grade 7 – King Fisher SUBJECT : CP – TITLE I.A. S.Y : 2014 – 2015 Adviser : ________________ | Name | First Grading | Second Grading | Third Grading | Fourth Grading | | | | k | p/s | U | P | NR | DR | K | P/s | U | P | NR | DR | K | P/S | U | P | NR | DR | | K | P/S | U | P | NR | DR | FNR | FDR | | Girls | 15 | 25 | 30 | 30 | | | | |

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    Why Youth Aging Out of Foster Care Needs Support

    Running head: WHY YOUTH AGING OUT OF FOSTER CARE NEEDS SUPPORT? 1 Why youth aging out of foster care needs support? Antoinette Knowlton Strayer University Critical Thinking PHI 210 Dr. Ed Yancy March 16, 2013 WHY YOUTH AGING OUT OF FOSTER CARE NEEDS SUPPORT? 2 Why youth aging out of foster care needs support? Can you imagine today is your 18th birthday and you have no biological family to give you heartfelt happy birthday wishes

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    Crime Participation of Students and Out-of-School Youth in Barangay Sta. Catalina

    of juvenile delinquency is an essential part of crime prevention in society. Guevara and Bautista (2008) quoted that, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure”, this clearly manifests the importance of misbehavior deterrence among the youth. Theoretical Framework Numerous theories tried to explain many factors causing juvenile crimes or juvenile delinquency. One of which is Robert Merton’s Strain Theory. Strain theory holds that crime is caused by the difficulty those in poverty

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    Youth Violence

    Youth Violence      Ever since the horrible tragedy at Columbine High School, there has been a number of recent school shootings in America. Youth violence is a main issue in today’s society. Many people fear what causes youngsters to be so violent, committing atrocious.           There are many wonders that go around about why young adolescents commit such violent crimes. These questions vary from why kids take guns to school, or how do we know if they are putting others in danger, what signs

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    Out of School Youth

    I. General Purpose To persuade II. Specific Purpose To persuade my audience about what is the alternative ways for the out-of-school youth to still learn even they are not enrolled. III. Central Idea “Teach one, each one” is one of the best way for the out-of-school youth to still gain knowledge even they are not going to a proper school or wearing a uniform. IV. Speech A. Introduction Education is a right. Now, it is a privilege. It is now given to some people

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    Youth Clubs

    What are the benefits of Youth Clubs? Youth groups have been part of the community for decades. However many teenagers do not bother to go to the youth clubs. People are totally unaware of many benefits a youth group could have on teenagers. One of the most obvious benefits teenagers acquire from a youth club is good amount of exercise and due to the type of sports which are frequently played. Obesity has become a big issue in every society and especially England if the teenagers play sports

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    Understanding Why Students Drop Out of High School

    Understanding Why Students Drop Out of High School Even though the percentage of students that achieve graduation has increased during the past hundred years, dropping out of school persist as a problem that interferes with the future of our society. Dropping out is defined as leaving school early without achieving a diploma. Many students feel that dropping out is the best option when facing personal or academic difficulties and for them school attendance becomes a burdensome responsibility. The

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    Addictions in Youths

    but has been on the increase since then" (DrugFacts: High School and Youth Trends, 2014). In 2013, the Monitoring the Future survey revealed that "7.0 percent of 8th graders, 18.0 percent of 10th graders, and 22.7 percent of 12th graders used marijuana in the past month, up from 5.8 percent, 13.8 percent, and 19.4 percent in 2008" (DrugFacts: High School and Youth Trends, 2014). The survey also revealed that 15 percent of seniors in high school had abused a prescription drug within the last year. However

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    Out of School Youth

    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction The youth form an important part of the machinery that shape the country’s destiny. It is them who may help to bring about a desirable change in society. History has many examples that justify the greatness of the contribution of the youth towards the progress and upliftment of the country. Here in the Philippines, half of the population constitutes the youth and their vast energies and enthusiasm must not go untapped. It

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    Youth Gangs

    Kayli Crouch Marsha Decker English 112’ October 11, 2013 Youth Gangs Today in America we hear a lot about gangs. There are gangs everywhere but the ones we hear about the most are the ones associated with the youth. I am going to be evaluating John Gerhardt’s Youth Gangs: An American Epidemic. By reading the article I already agree with what he has to say. It is about learning about gangs and how most of them are affiliated with races. If one wants to know how they operated then we must know

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    Homeless Youth

    Homeless Youth I was surprised to learn that so many youth in America don’t have a home to go to every day and night. I decided to look up some statistics on homeless youth; I got my information from the National Coalition for the Homeless. Considering the statistics of how many youth are homeless is from 2002, there is about over one million homeless youth in the US. Pregnant and homosexual, bisexual, and transgender teens account for the highest percent of homeless youth. That doesn’t really

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    School

    Pre-Feasibility Study (Montessori School) Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority Ministry of Industries & Production Government of Pakistan www.smeda.org.pk HEAD OFFICE 4th Floor, Building No. 3, Aiwan-e-Iqbal Complex, Egerton Road, Lahore Tel: (92 42) 111 111 456, Fax: (92 42) 36304926-7 helpdesk@smeda.org.pk REGIONAL OFFICE Punjab 3rd Floor, Building No. 3, Aiwan-e-Iqbal Complex, Egerton Road Lahore, Tel: (042) 111-111-456 Fax: (042) 36304926-7 helpdesk.punjab@smeda.org

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    Youth Ministry

    Introduction to Youth Ministry May 1, 2014 YOUTH MINISTRY FINAL Many might ask, why is youth ministry important in the church? The answer to this question is very easy, and it is because youth are the leaders, makers, and team members of the future. They are energetic, mature and smart enough to help with a lot of things like, setting up for church, spreading the word of God to the community. It is also necessary because it helps to have important relationships between youth and the youth workers; and

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    Youth

    Youth workers’ work is very diverse because it depends on the settings, the population and the ages. However, the goals are the same which they are for the benefits of youths. Youth work should have an impact on young people’s lives via processes of developments, enjoyments, taking parts voluntary, with relevant learnings based on young people’s expressed needs and interests. The work with young people is very challenging because they are apprentice adults, on the verge of a new life and the workers

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    Youth Sports

    Playing youth sports and physical activities is beneficial for children because it helps them develop better coordination, better cooperation skills, better life choices and overall better health. Participating in sport and physical activities plays a significant role in promoting health and wellness among children and adolescents. Not only does such activity help improve the physical fitness and health of children, but also it is a major key in fighting childhood obesity—a critical health priority

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    And Youth

    Age and youth representation in the McDonald’s advert Parallel Lives In the McDonald’s advert parallel lives age and youth are represented in both stereotypical and different ways. The aim of the advert is to show that even though people appear to have completely different lives everyone has something in common E.g. McDonalds. When the audience are first introduced to the “youth”, loud RnB music as diegetic sound and then becomes diegetic sound when close up of the youths shown. The youths are also

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    Youth and Gangs

    Why Do Urban Youth Join gangs? There is no universal agreed upon definition of a gang. According to the national institute of justice the federal definition is “An association of three or more individuals whose members collectively identify themselves by adopting a group identity, which they use to create an atmosphere of fear or intimidation, frequently by employing one or more of the following: a common name, slogan, identifying sign, symbol, tattoo or other physical marking, style or color of

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    Youth Violence

    traced back as far as fetal development. Is not rocket science to realize that most angry violent acts are due to a disturbed child or individual that lacked attention, love or care? Violence is not a new problem and scientists are just finding out new facts about how it starts and how it can be prevented. Violence is a social problem that increases over the years. Violence is shown in magazines and books, on television and in the media. Violence on television is a major source for aggressive

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    Youth

    Joshua Roberts CM 101: Youth Ministry Philosophy & Leadership 17 May 2015 My Philosophy for Youth Ministry I believe that youth ministry is vital to the growth and effectiveness of the church—local and universal. In order for the church to grow, the adult generations of the church needs to insure the faith by training children and young adults “in the nurture and admonition of the Lord”(Ephesians 6:4). When the youth of the church are not taught the importance of a vibrant and active relationship

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    Youth

    for Our Youth Jentel Paolino CHS 111.99 March 31, 2013 Early Childhood education (ECE) is a frequently used term when the discussing the welfare of today’s children. From the early age of four children are introduced to an educational environment in hopes of developing the necessary skills to bloom into well rounded individuals. What a child learns in their early years falls heavily on the shoulders of caregivers and teachers because these people play a major role in growing youths lives.

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    Bullies Should Be Kicked Out of Schools

    Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. Bullying is a constant problem in schools today. People sometimes say that bullies are ignorant kids, but they are criminals and they steal other people’s self-esteem. First of all, bullying is a crime, and it can have serious effects on an individual. Bullies harass, make threats, terrorize, and use verbal and physical abuse on their victims. The old saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me” isn’t necessarily

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    Youth

    Empowering Youth Focusing on Salvation and Service Missions Leadership Discipleship Evangelism Prepared by the General Conference Youth Department Layout by Ludi Leito A General Conference Youth Department publication. Please specify title when re-ordering. This material may be translated, printed, or photocopied by any Seventh-day Adventist entity without securing further permission. Republished documents must include the credit line: “Youth Department, General Conference

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    Youth Sports

    Youth sports can develop a lot of great qualities that can make children excellent individuals in the long run. Youth sports allow many children to form into great leaders by teaching them great leadership qualities. They also help children learn sportsmanship, problem solving skills and even something as a simple as time management. Being involved in sports teams comes with, many times, being part of a diverse group of people. Due to that, there will be members of the team that will play the role

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    Youths

    words of James” Youth is the joy, the little bird that has broken out of the eggs and is eagerly waiting to spread out its wings in the open sky of freedom and hope.” Power of Youth Youth is the spring of Life. It is the age of discovery and dreams. India is of largest youth population in the world today. The entire world is eyeing India as a source of technical manpower. They are looking at our youth as a source of talents at low costs for their future super profits. If Indian youth make up their

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    Factors Affecting Out of School Youth

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH IN BARANGAY MULAWIN OF SAN JOSE DEL MONTE CITY, BULACAN DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR 2014-2015 A Proposal Submitted to the Dean of his Instruction Dr. Antonio M. Bermudez, Ph.D In Partial Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education By: Catherine P. Banton Emily P. Esplago Marivic Mahinay March 2016 CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND This chapter aims to know the different factors that affects the out-of-school youth in Barangay Mulawin

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    Homeless Youth

    Homeless Youth General Education Capstone October 14, 2013 Homeless Youth Homelessness affects many youth today; 46% runaway because they express their gender identity, and or sexual identity because their family rejects them, 43% are kicked out by parents also known as thrown away. Youth also take more things literally then adults, so they feel misunderstood especially when they are opening up about their sexual lifestyle. Homelessness in youth is worldwide and needs a world wide solution

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    Edu 644 Week 4 Assignment School-Based Efforts a Plan to Support at-Risk Youth

    EDU 644 Week 4 Assignment School-Based Efforts A Plan to Support At-Risk Youth To Buy This material Click below link http://www.uoptutors.com/edu-644-new/edu-644-week-4-assignment-school-based-efforts-a-plan-to-support-at-risk-youth This assignment is an opportunity for you to apply what you learned from this week’s discussions in a relevant way based on your own preferred area of focus. In this assignment, you will look through the lens of a particular professional role that you either have related

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    Liability of the School for Student Injury Arising Out of Omission of Teachers, Instructors, Professors and School Officials: Some Legal Bases

    Arnaiz Musa Dr. Alfredo J. Fronda, Jr., Ph.D May 20, 2016 Professor Topic: Liability of the School for Student Injury Arising Out of Acts of Omissions of Teachers, Instructors, Professors, and School Officials: Some Legal Bases It would be rare for a teacher to face criminal charges but it could happen if a teacher had an intention to harm or acted recklessly to a student. Factors affecting

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    Youth Violence and Youth Deaths by Guns

    Youth Violence and Youth Deaths by Guns Capella University November, 2013 Abstract This project will explore the history, cause, and preventive measures on the subject of problems with our youth. As adults the saying "The Children are our future" is fairly and accurately a true statement. With the changing of times, and economic problems within the urban communities, the children of our future are becoming more of the criminals, and inmates of the future. Violence and deaths among youths has

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    At-Risk Youth

    Preparing At-Risk Youth for the Future A large fraction of American youth perform poorly in high school, and many of these youth fail to obtain a high school degree. The costs of failure in high school are growing, both for the individual student and for society overall. Mathematica researchers have conducted many of the most important studies of at-risk youth and interventions designed to address their educational needs. Synthesizing Lessons from Dropout Prevention Programs We have studied a

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    Youth Violence

    Youth Violence: What is the cause of it, and how can we prevent it? Violence happens everyday, not only in the U.S. but the rest of the world as well. In the 20th century violence was common among adults, but not a real big issue among youths. With violence among youths increasing in the mid to late 1990’s, many people have asked one question “What would cause today’s youth to commit an act of violence against another person?” There are many factors that can cause youths to commit an act of violence

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