Risk Factors for Juvenile Delinquency

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Juvenile delinquency refers to juvenile behavior characterized by antisocial conduct that is beyond parental control and istherefore subject to legal action. However, such behavior or violation of the law is not punishable by death or life imprisonment. Extensive research and study have been conducted to determine the possible causes as well as risk factors that eventually lead to cases of juvenile delinquency. A risk factor can be defined […]

Sex Education

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SIECUS State by State from Stuart Productions on Vimeo. Sex education is broad term that encompasses a wide range of topics that relate to human sexual anatomy, sexual intercourse, sexual reproduction, reproductive health, reproductive rights, contraception, and other facets of human sexual behavior. Sex education can be a part of school programs but it can […]

Learning Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

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There are numerous free learning resources available for students at all levels of learning. Such resources are especially found online, and they can be easily accessed by teachers, parents and students to help aid learning. One comprehensive source of learning materials is the Federal Resources for Educational Excellence or F.R.E.E. in short. This website contains […]

World’s Strictest Parents

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The World’s Strictest Parents is a television series conceptualized and brought into fruition by Twenty Twenty Television and was originally broadcasted by BBC. The United States’ Country Music Television (CMT) and Australia’s Channel Seven both came up with their local versions of the hit TV series. The primary concept behind the show is that two “unruly” teenagers are sent packing by […]

Which High School Students Are Most Likely to Graduate From College?

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A recent research discovered distressing signs that demographic factors such as gender, race, and parental education play significant roles in ascertaining a student’s fate, no matter how studious or hardworking the particular student may be. Those from families with below-average earnings or whose parents didn’t finish college, are the ones failing college at disproportionate rates, […]