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Unformatted text preview: At-Risk Students 1Characteristics of At-Risk Students That Deal With PovertyCharacteristics of At-Risk StudentsAED/201University of Phoenix OnlineDr. Denise PridemoreOctober 25, 2009At-Risk Students 2The category of at-risk students that I chose to give a description on in my district is the students that have to deal with poverty. There will also be a description on how my school and school district handles and helps students that are in this particular situation. Poverty can be defined as a person or family that does not have things that include the basic human needs. Some of those needs include health care, shelter, clothing, clean water and nutrition. People do not have these things because they cannot afford them not because they do not want these things. Poverty is a serious issue in school districts all over the country and has an effect on students education and their social lives. I will explain the many different ways we as educators help the students deal with this problem....
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course AED/204 AAFO0Q3UV5 taught by Professor Samanthanelson during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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