A Study on the Partnership of the School, Community, and Family in an Effort to Address the Needs and Prevention of At-Risk, Potential School Drop-outs: Emphasis on The Middle School Years
The following literature-based paper reports on the topic of At-Risk Potential School Dropouts; who is at risk, why, and and what can be done to stop this unfortunate and potentially, destructive increase. This topic was inspired by the counseling experience made in the field study at Me Williams Middle School in Houston, Texas.
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Student Teaching Experience During the Fall 1995 in Okemos, Michigan : Okemos High School, Kinawa Middle School, Chippewa Middle School Wilks, Molly (1997)The author describes her experience student teaching English and German in Okemos, Michigan.
School Uniforms: An Empirical Analysis and Observational Study of the Implications in Public Schools Weitzel, Brian Thomas (2004)Longstanding has been the debate over the effectiveness of school uniforms. Traditionally reserved for private parochial schools, school uniforms have recently been implemented into public high schools throughout the ...