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  1. Teaching Advanced Skills to At-Risk Students (Jossey Bass Education Series) by Barbara Means, Carol Chelemer, et all 1991-11-01
  2. At - Risk Students: Tools for Teaching in Problem Settings by Susan Louise Peterson, 2002-01-30
  3. Promoting Success With At-Risk Students: Emerging Perspectives and Practical Approaches by Louis J Kruger, Charles A Maher, 1990-04-17
  4. National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988: Characteristics of at-risk students in NELS:88 by Phillip. Kaufman, 1992-01-01
  5. At Risk Student in Our Schools by McCarney, 1989-06
  6. Art Therapy With Students at Risk: Fostering Resilience and Growth Through Self-expression by Stella A. Stepney, 2009-12-01
  7. DIRECTORY OF PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS AT RISK by Thomas Williams, 1999-04-01
  8. An Educational Applied Dissertation Model: Effectively Identifying Students at Risk Using School-Based Problem-Solving by Karen P. Rooks-Dotson, 2009-06-25
  9. Making a Difference for Students at Risk: Trends and Alternatives
  10. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The At-Risk Student in the Open-Door College by John E. Roueche, Suanne D. Roueche, 1997-07
  11. Against the Odds: How "At-Risk" Students Exceed Expectations by Janine Bempechat, 1998-11-10
  12. Music and Students at Risk: Creative Solutions for a National Dilemma (From research to the music classroom) by Nancy H. Barry, 1997-01-01
  13. Resiliency Factors And Performance On The Washington State Essential Learning Exam: Sychosocial Issues And Academic Achievement Of Students At Risk by Barbara Lynn Casey, 2004-05
  14. Growing Up Is Risky Business, and Schools Are Not to Blame (Final Report-Phi Delta Kappa Study of Students at Risk, Vol 1) by Jack Frymier, 1992-12

61. Archived: ED/OERI: National Institute On The Education Of At-Risk Students
The AtRisk Institute supports a range of research and development activities designed to improve the education of students at risk of educational failure because of limited
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The National Institute on the Education of At-Risk Students (At-Risk Institute) is one of five Institutes created by the Educational Research, Development, Dissemination and Improvement Act of 1994. These Institutes are located within the Office of Educational Research and Improvement at the U.S. Department of Education. The At-Risk Institute supports a range of research and development activities designed to improve the education of students at risk of educational failure because of limited English proficiency, poverty, race, geographic location, or economic disadvantage. Major components of our work include: If you have questions about our work or would like more information, the mailing address for the Institute is:
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62. Cache Creek High School: Home Page
A grade 10-12 continuation high school serving at-risk students. Course catalog and school report card.
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  • Home Our School Departments ... WJUSD Spotlight on Excellence Awards //SYNTAX: tabdropdown.init("menu_id", [integer OR "auto"]) tabdropdown.init("public_main") To provide a safe, supportive environment that fosters positive behavior, personal responsibility, and where students can pursue a rigorous academic curriculum to help them prepare for a productive future.
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    Please call the school office or send a note when your student is absent. Office phone: (530) 662-4331 Instructions for writing an absence note.
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    Principal: Olga Nevarez 14320 Second Street (P.O. Box 388) Yolo, CA 95697 Phone: (530) 662-4331 FAX: (530) 666-9082 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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    Credit Opportunities Interventions Cyber High clsses are now available to CCHS students. The classes are held at both Pioneer and Woodland High schools. Interested students should pick up an application from the CCHS office. Have your application signed and then return it to Mrs. Cummings. Cyber High is also being offered on the CCHS campus each Friday afternoon. Additional credit can be earned through a Woodland Community College course being offered on the CCHS campus. Students completing the course

63. Articles About At Risk Students - Morning Call
At Risk Students News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about At Risk Students from the Morning Call

64. Stoney Point High School
Continuation facility for at-risk students from CHS provides faculty profiles and educational goals.
Welcome to Stoney Point High School!
Stoney Point High School is the continuation high school for Chatsworth High School . We are one of the 43 continuation high schools that make up the Options program in the Los Angeles Unified School District . Stoney Point High School is part of District 1 The district maintains a similar website for our school that has several useful links; please visit the "other" Stoney Point High School website as well!
This is the famous Stoney Point, located just off Topanga Canyon Blvd., a little south of the 118 Freeway.
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Stoney Point High School 10010 De Soto Ave. Chatsworth, CA 91311 fax:(818) 773-1796
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MISSION STATEMENT Extending a caring and compassionate hand to give young people a second chance at high school graduation.
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65. Racine Unified School District - At Risk Students
Act 39 is the title of the program that covers two separate diploma choices at Gateway Technical College. The coordinator works between Gateway and RUSD high school counselors

66. St. Cloud Area School District 742 - District #6074
Sponsored by 7 central Minnesota public school districts. Alternative education for grades 7-12, for at-risk students, teen parents. Night class for 2-school students who only need a few more credits.
District #6074
Brian Baloun , interim principal
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Waite Park MN 56387
(320) 203-8470 x-5600 Sue Koshiol
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Central Minnesota Area Learning Center District 742 is the fiscal agent for a consortium of seven Central Minnesota school districts which, through a Joint Powers Agreement, form the Central Minnesota Area Learning Center. The member schools cooperate to provide educational alternatives for their students. The care, management, and control of the Area Learning Center is vested in the Joint Powers Board. Board Members Foley Darrin Strosahl superintendent Holdingford John Haas superintendent Kimball John Tritabaugh superintendent Rocori Nadine Schnettler school board member St. Cloud Les Green school board member Sartell-St. Stephen

67. Association Of California School Administrators - At-Risk Students
Promising Practices for AtRisk Students. Promoting Learning for Children with Autism By Ann Mastergeorge; Response to Intervention Changing how we do Business

68. Project CDA: Home Page
Project C.D.A. (Creating Dropout Alternatives), an alternative secondary school, was established in order to reduce the student dropout rate. This fully accredited, state-approved school provides at-risk students with a variety of opportunities to learn life and employment skills, along with the core classes needed to earn their diploma.

69. Teach The Traits - At-Risk Students
Some students enter our classrooms with a solid understanding of good writing. Many do not. All ability levels need to be taught what good writers do and how they do it
Home About Our Program At-Risk Students Resources ... Contact Us At-Risk Students Some students enter our classrooms with a solid understanding of good writing. Many do not. All ability levels need to be taught what good writers do and how they do it. Teachers accomplish this with modeling and practice. While at -risk students, including special education and reading support students, benefit from modeling and practice, they need more. These students require additional techniques and strategies if they are to become successful thinkers, writers and readers. Our at-risk students need visual cues and models to help them focus their writing. This additional focus allows struggling students to be effective thinkers and communicators. We train students to focus on the organization of their ideas in order to transfer these ideas into a piece of writing. We begin by looking at words and demonstrate how they are developed into effective sentences. Next, we show how these sentences are placed to form clear and organized paragraphs. With teacher guidance and modeling along with repeated practice, these students bloom into successful writers. It is important to note that once students understand how to identify the main idea and provide specific supporting ideas and details in their writing, they easily transfer this thinking to support their reading as well.

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    Order a custom written At-Risk Students book report today... poverty , single-parent families, disabilities, familial substance or physical abuse, and limited language proficiency are thought to contribute to dropping out, adolescent substance abuse , running away, violence, crime, teen pregnancy , and depression or suicide . The very education that provides these students with stability and skills to move beyond their unfortunate circumstances, often further alienates them putting them at even greater risk. The costs associated with students not succeeding at or finishing school are very high. In 1991, the annual cost of school dropouts was over $800 per taxpayer per year. An inordinate number of school dropouts who are learning, emotionally, or neurologically disabled are incarcerated. Teachers are generally the first to observe educational difficulties and the underlying factors contributing to the difficulties. While the risk factors and the ability to recognize them are known, the solution to engaging students and helping them succeed in school is not as clear. Nevertheless, schools of all levels have implemented a variety of traditional and innovated programs designed specifically for at-risk students.

71. Articles About At Risk Students - Orlando Sentinel
At Risk Students News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about At Risk Students from the Orlando Sentinel

72. At Risk Students SIMPL™ System Improvement Planner
In Texas, the state data systems record only that a student is “At Risk” or “Not At Risk.” In times past, schools recorded 13 Reason Codes for each At Risk child.

73. At Risk Students Software Informer: Risk II Is Probably The Best Way To Play The
at Risk Students Software Informer. Featured at Risk Students free downloads and reviews. Latest updates on everything at Risk Students Software related.

74. Articles About At Risk Students - Baltimore Sun
At Risk Students News. Find breaking news, commentary, and archival information about At Risk Students from the Baltimore Sun

75. PI-Expelled And At-Risk Student Services
National Institute on the Education of AtRisk Students; Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (CREDE) The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
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    Expelled and At-Risk Student Services
    Expulsion should be the last step taken after several attempts to deal with a student who has discipline problems. The Colorado Department of Education has funded school districts across the state to provide services to expelled students and students that are at risk of expulsion, under the Expelled and At-Risk Student Services Grant of Amendment Twenty-Three. The Colorado Department of Education has two goals: Goal One: Support students who are unable to avoid mandatory suspension or expulsion. Goal Two: Develop strategies to help students who are at risk of suspension or expulsion.

76. Texas Study Of Students At Risk
The case studies provide an indepth look at district- and campus-level activities supporting at-risk students, grant-funded activities sustained over time, and best practices in

77. Motivating At Risk Students |
Even in a perfect world, where all students are motivated to do well in school , teachers have a difficult job to do. The reality is that most teachers have students that
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By an eHow Contributor I want to do this! What's This? Even in a perfect world, where all students are motivated to do well in school , teachers have a difficult job to do. The reality is that most teachers have students that present special challenges. The educational system often is structured in such a way that certain students fall through the cracks. It is important for teachers to identify at risk students as early on as possible. It is impossible for a teacher to turn all of his students into straight A earners, but there are many things that can be done to improve their success in the classroom. Difficulty: Challenging
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Identify any obstacles to academic success that are outside the student's control. Meet with parents to determine what may be going on at home. Find out if the student is getting enough sleep and proper nutrition. Ask about medical history. If the kid has untreated medical issues, school performance can suffer. For example, some kids may not take prescribed medication as directed or need glasses. Find out if the student has reliable transportation to school. Make sure that parents provide a quiet and uncluttered space for the student to study and complete homework. Ask about any issues that may be affecting the

78. At-Risk Students | K Through 12: Counseling And Guidance: At-Risk Students Progr
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Over 1000 unique resources for guidance counselors and others working with at-risk youth and their families. Includes videos, cd-roms, curriculum, handouts and more.
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