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    • Bridging The Gap Between Knowledge And Behavior 18 percent earned less than $25,000. There was 8 percent declining to indicate their annual income (n = 410). Most responses were from homeowners with 89 percent indicating they owned their home....
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Math can pose problems for students, teachers, and parents alike. This project examines peer-revised research to determine common characteristics of successful and not so successful math students, teachers, and home...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 2 independently, causing them to fall further behind. Some of these students attend school regularly, earning little or no credit. There are few interventions in place for this type of situation....
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 3 Delimitations Alternative high schools exist throughout the nation as a way to address students who do not respond well to the traditional classroom. This study did not address the effectiveness...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 4 teaching ninth grade English. Prior to working in the Alpine School District, the researcher spent one year as an intern-teacher at Spanish Fork Middle School teaching sixth grade language arts. She...
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    • 4 Students involved with bus transportation were generally eliminated (after conferencing with these students and parents) from club invitations due to the inability to arrive at school at the prescribed time. While one parent did offer to drive a...
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    • 5 She now teaches fifth grade at Eagle Elementary, and has had the privilege of being an instrumental faculty member at a school which has twice been named “Title One School of The Year” as well as a “Blue Ribbon School” of national acclaim. While...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 22 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this project was to develop and evaluate a mentor program using teachers and staff to motivate and increase credit earned by students at East Shore High School,...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 25 meet with parents periodically. 6. At the end of the timeframe, the credit earned by participating students during the program was compared with students who were not mentored. All materials...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 26 the participants toward the program, as well as the feasibility of running a mentor program in the unique setting of East Shore High School. The researcher intends to show a positive relationship...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 27 Chapter 4 Results The purpose of this study was to create a mentor program to increase credit recovery at an alternative high school. Faculty members chose students who were behind in credit...
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    • Memoranda: Summary for the year 1903. Herded sheep 285 ½ days. At home 60 days. Not at home of herding 19 ½ days. Nights spent along 100. days spent without seeing anyone 27. Total Meetings Attended 10. Sunday schools 3. “ afternoon meetings 4....
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 28 earned by mentored students in a similar way. I added the credit earned each month by the mentored students and divided the result by the number of students participating in the program. During...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 29 results. I calculated the average credit per month by adding up the total amount of credit earned each month and dividing that number by the number of students. The students being mentored earned...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 30 and December. In October the female students averaged .25 more credits than the male students and .56 more credits in January. This lead declined during the months of November and December, and the...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 31 Table 2 Average Credit Earned by Grade per Month and Semester 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th October .4 .58 .38 .59 .25 November .22 .29 .19 .38 .28 December .47 .12 .30 .38 .25 January .17 .75 .44 .59...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 32 All mentoring is not equal. Mentors were supposed to meet with students at least twice per week. Some mentors met this goal. Others exceeded this by meeting three or more times per week. There were...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 33 averaged more than twice that amount at 1.42 credits. Those students who met with the mentor three or more times per week earned an average of 1.93 credits over the semester, which...

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