At-Risk Youth

At-Risk Youth : Theory, Practice, Reform

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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 344 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 18.29mm | 639g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138987646
  • 9781138987647

Table of contents

*Synthesis of Where We Are Regarding At-Risk Youth, Robert Kronick
Social, Political, and Health Aspects of At-Risk Youth
*Politics of At-Risk Youth, Sung Roe Lee and Robert Cunningham
*Teenage High School Leavers Speak Out About Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Life Problems, Sandra Putnam, James Malia, and Suzanne Streagle
Some Intriguing Theories On At-Risk Youth
*Home and School Correlates of Early At-Risk Status: A Coping Competence Model, Jean Dumas
*New Learning and Agency in the At-Promise Student, Graham E. Higgs and Nancy L. Tarsi
*Effects of Alternative Educational Programming on Intrinsic Motivation Among Ethnic Minority Adolescents, Cynthia Hudley
*Television and At-Risk Youth, W. Thomas Beckner
In Their Own Voice: Those Who Are Most At Risk
*An African American Female, Rosa Kennedy
*African American Parents' Roles in Education, Rhoda Barnes
*Chestnut Ridge Learning Center: A Theory Put into Practice, Katherine Higginbotham
Culture and Ethnic Groups That Are Often Ignored
*Appalachian Culture and Schooling, Eva Thaller
*Tribally Controlled Community College: Why Native American Dropouts Are Dropping In, Gabrielle Elliott
Needed And Necessary Changes
*Birth to Six Year Olds: Risks and Healing Strategies, Jerome Morton
*Grading and Assessment Practices that Place Students At Risk, Charles Hargis
*Education and Keeping Pace with Reaching At-Risk Students, Robert F. Kronick
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