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At risk Students

Page history last edited by Elmi Keju 9 years, 8 months ago





Students that may live in an impoverished family with inadequate housing, poor nutrition, and little or no medical care; with their basic needs in jeopardy, such as students often have few resources left to devote to school learning. Others may be slow learners who, although they don not have disabilities, learn at a pace that falls somewhat below grade-level expectations.



  • not experiencing success in school
  • are potential dropouts
  • tend not to participate in school activities
  • have a minimal identification with the school.
  • have disciplinary and truancy problems that lead to credit problems
  • They exhibit impulsive behavior and their peer relationships are problematic.
  • they experience failure and fall behind their peers. 






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