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Educating Homeless Children and Adolescents

James H. Stronge

Educating Homeless Children and Adolescents

Evaluating Policy and Practice (SAGE Focus Editions)

by James H. Stronge

  • 130 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching of those with special educational needs,
  • United States,
  • Education Of Special Classes Of Persons,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • Social Work,
  • Special Education - General,
  • Social Science / Social Work,
  • Homeless children

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7908392M
    ISBN 100803944241
    ISBN 109780803944244

    The country’s poorest children are most likely to be found in single-parent households (42% poverty rate), in Aboriginal families (40% poverty rate) and among new immigrants (% poverty rate), versus a poverty rate of % for all Canadian children. Educating homeless children in Chicago: A case study of children in the family regeneration program. Chicago, IL: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. Eddowes, E. A. (). Children and homelessness: Early childhood and elementary education. In J. H. Stronge (Ed.), Educating homeless children and adolescents.

    H. Stronge (Ed.), Educating homeless children and adolescents: Evaluating polisy and pract/ce (pp. ). Newbury Park CA: Sage. Masten et al. 45 Markwardt, E C. (). Peabody IndividualAchievement Test-RevisedManual, Circle Pines, MN: American Guidance Service. Masten, A. S. (). Homeless children in the United States: Mark of a nation Cited by: Educating Adolescents Around the Globe Watzlawik, M. (Ed), Burkholder, A. (Ed) () By traveling to different parts of the world, this book provides a multidisciplinary perspective on the current state of adolescent education and demonstrates how education .

    Parents can easily present the theme of helping friends, for example, by introducing a book, cartoon or song on the topic, role-playing with toys, or setting up a play date with another child. It's most effective when teachers and parents speak to each other face-to-face, but occasionally emailing parents with brief feedback can help maintain. "This book about a homeless shelter run by Harvard students is also about topics that too often fall off our radar; how we treat - and ought to treat - the marginalized and down and out among us, the particular, powerful contributions that young people can make to improving the lives of others, how young people develop mature ideals and, perhaps most essentially, what economic class means in 4/5(4).


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Educating Homeless Children and Adolescents by James H. Stronge Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Educating homeless children and adolescents: evaluating policy and practice. [James H Stronge;] -- Recently, our country has experienced a dramatic increase in the number of homeless families with school-age children as well as in independent homeless youth.

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ed.). this book presents a case study that examined the perceptions of six of the staff and. Street children are poor or homeless children who live on the streets of a city, town, or village. Homeless youth are often called street kids or street child; the definition of street children is contested, but many practitioners and policymakers use UNICEF's concept of boys and girls, aged under 18 years, for whom "the street" (including unoccupied dwellings and wasteland) has become home.

Homelessness among children is a national problem of substantial proportions. (Alker,p. ) School age children in homeless families and independent homeless youth represent the fastest-growing population of homeless Educating Homeless Children and Adolescents book in the United States.

The primary needs described by staff were reï¿¿ective of other research regarding homeless children and adolescents (Stronge, ).

Student needs included self-esteem, love and attention, age. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. The Education of Homeless Children and Youth: A Compendium of Research & Information.". An increasing number of families are becoming homeless, often as a result of domestic violence, which leaves women and their school age children without homes.

This multidisciplinary volume is the first to look at the variety of problems encountered by this group and. The number of street children in developed and developing nations is rising, often in the midst of prosperity.

These original contributions study and compare the living conditions and educational experiences of homeless children in the United States, Brazil and Cuba. As has been seen in this chapter, there are several subgroups among the general population of homeless people: individual adults, families with children, adolescents and young adults, the elderly, and people in rural areas.

While together they all share one common problem—the lack of a stable residence—they each have specific needs. Stronge, James H. This book is based on the author's plus years of consulting with school districts and other educational organizations in designing, piloting, and training educators in the use of teacher-performance evaluation systems.

Timely and critical, Educating Homeless Children and Adolescents will stimulate provocative. Educating homeless children and youth with dignity and care.

Journal for a Just and Caring Education 5 (1), Stronge, J. A long road ahead: Progress report on educating homeless children and youth in America. Journal of Children and Poverty, 3 (2), Reed-Victor, E., & Stronge, J.

Schools and youth-serving programs can provide key venues for youth to learn about disaster preparedness and response. Research suggests that trainings focused on disaster preparedness can result in behavior changes, and that youth who are prepared are more confident and feel empowered during an actual emergency.

1 Further, youth involved in multiple educational programs targeted at. - Transfer School Programs for Vulnerable Teen Girls to encourage them to complete high school or earn a diploma.

See more ideas about School programs, High school and School pins. Educating homeless children in the United States: an overview of legal entitlements and Federal protections / Yvonne Rafferty From discourse to reality: a profile of the lives and an estimate of the number of street children and adolescents in Brazil / Fúlvia Rosemberg.

The number of homeless children in exceeded even the total inwhen thousands of families displaced by hurricanes Katrina and Rita produced a historic spike in homelessness. Last year. A growing awareness that young adolescents can accomplish a great deal is behind a national effort to improve education in America’s middle grades.

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3) Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students. Full Citation: Rossen, E., & Hull, R (Eds.) (). Supporting and educating traumatized students: A guide for school-based professionals. New York, NY: Oxford.

Cost: $ ($57 on Amazon) Brief Summary: This is the only edited book on this list but it is an extremely useful resource!The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act was enacted in as the first federal legislation intended to comprehensively combat homelessness. Title VII-B of the Act created the Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program, which authorizes the appropriation of federal funds to ensure that children and youth experiencing homelessness receive a free, appropriate public by: 5.Reaching the hard to reach: Educating homeless adolescents in urban settings.

Education and Urban Society, 25, Rafferty, Y. (). The legal rights and educational problems of homeless children and youth. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 17, Rafferty, Y.

(). Meeting the educational needs of homeless children.