Full Service Community Schools: Prevention of Delinquency in Students with Mental Illness and/or Poverty

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This book is about children who are living dangerously close to the edge - the edge of delinquency, mental illness, and poverty. Beginning with a discussion of the role of Joy Dryfoos in the development of comprehensive schools, this work is based on the Full Service Schools program which began in 1998 in three elementary inner-city schools in Knoxville, Tennessee. This book will be valuable to school administrators, private child care workers, family resource and youth service center coordinators, alternative educators, and others that are concerned with improving educational quality.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780398075712
  • Publisher: Thomas, Charles C. Publisher, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 168

Table of Contents

1 The role of Joy Dryfoos in the development of comprehensive schools 1
2 Culture and self efficacy : the Appalachian experience 13
3 Full service community schools : a system's view 20
4 Juvenile justice - the rights of children : fact, fiction, or fantasy 48
5 Serving the public in inner-city schools : some pragamatic ways to improve low performance 58
6 The phenomenology of events 2000-2004 : where goest full service community schools? 70
7 Student contributions - Paulson, Youngblood, Gourley, Catalana, and Nachtrab 86
8 Effective teacher preparation must include the needs of the whole child and the family 122
App Organizational health inventory - middle level 135
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