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    • 7 high schools and alternative high schools and school wide versus pull out post-secondary introduction program. There has not been a study that focuses on students who live in rural areas, are members of low SES, have little parental support,...
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    • 9 adults should be used as examples. It was suggested that they be brought into schools as guest speakers to show that both rural living and having a college education can go hand in hand” (p. 13). Other influencing factors. Bedsworth, Colby, and...
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    • 13 having clear expectations of the students, having information about post-secondary education available in many forms and levels of understanding, having a personalized counseling program, making sure that testing and curriculum is arduous enough...
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    • 29 Hektner, J.M. (1995). When moving up implies moving out: Rural adolescent conflict in the transition to adulthood. Journal of Research in Rural Education, 11(1), 3-14. Horn, L.J. & Chen, X. (1998). Toward Resiliency: At-Risk Students Who Make It...
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    • 4 n d friends are often weeping for their friends who passed away and in their p v e s are sleeping 'ti1 the Resurrection Day. Why should we mourn because we leave these scenes of toil and pain. 0,happy change. . the faithful go, Celestial joys to...
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    • 32 References Aronson, R. (2001). At-risk students defy the odds: overcoming barriers to educational success. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press. Ascher, C., & Maguire, C. (2011). Beating the odds. Education Digest, 76(5), 13-20. Retrieved from...
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    • Testimonial videos 15 approach to interviewing is to lead with simple, closed-ended questions to establish a pattern of answering, and encouraging the interviewee to share. Once that pattern is established, then deeper questions can gradually be...
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    • 28 6/18/14 This week my manager has been out of town so I’ve been taking some extra hours and responsibilities at work. I was in charge of working with our Owner’s Social, Chocolate Tasting Class, Sushi Making, Magic Show, and Dive-In Movie. It was...
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    • think you know more than those that are placed above you which is wrong, and you must humble yourselves and be united."18 Some of the settlers were beginning to plant turnips, beets, onions, radishes, and lettuce in their gardens. Their domestic...
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    • was very wet, and I did not have a very comfortable night's lodging. The next morning Henry brought a load of stone coal to the blacksmith's shop where a meeting was held with the brethren in charge of iron, and some business was transacted...
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    • that Harrison can get any of the men to work under him. He has almost entirely lost the confidence of the Saints. Sunday, September 12: Gave counsel to the brethren that the Iron Works had better stand still for a day or two until something would...
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    • dozen large carrots and one dozen large onions." They alsc raised squash and pumpkins and an abundance of com and grain. That day, after traveling to Parowan, Henry spent the evening in counsel with George A. Smith and President J. C. L. Smith....

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