Adolescent literacy

Research Into Providing Literacy/Upgrading Programs For Youth Who Have Dropped Out Of School (1999)

This is a special project of Frontier College. Strong literacy skills are a predictor of success in school and in the workplace. Many Canadian youth (aged 16-24) who have dropped out of school have low literacy skills. Even if they wish to return to school, they have to overcome a number of barriers which contribute to their low-literacy skills in the first place.

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1999-01-01

How to Engage Youth in Literacy (1998)

This report presents the findings of an evaluation of a "cluster" of four projects aimed at assisting at-risk youth to return to learning after having not succeeded in the regular school system.

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1998-01-01

From Incarceration to Productive Lifestyle (1995)

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education provides information about incarcerated youth, the transition program in New York State, legal rights, inmate needs, and program staff needs. A series of sample lessons, many of which have been provided by corrections educators, is also included within the instructional guide.

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1995-01-01

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