Characteristics of At risk students

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Characteristics of At-Risk Students DANNY HANSHEW JR AED/201 12/19/2010 PATTY SMITH
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path to a good education, life lessons, and a good life in general. At risk, is a harsh way to say that some students do not fit “the mold.” Being different comes in many shapes and sizes. Students can be different because they have a learning disability or a behavioral disorder, etc. They could be a “at risk” because thanks to the current economy their job as a young adult might be the only income for the household, or just maybe traditional methods just do not work on them. There are hundreds of possibilities on why students are labeled “at risk”, but that does not make them less. The students that are to one day be the future of all this wonder that we live in deserve to have a fair chance to make it. The Accelerated Learning Classes program that is offered in Florida, Pennsylvania, and Texas does just that. This program allows for students to work at their own pace, and without the typical distractions that happen at school. For those students that a traditional class schedule does not work, they make it work for them. Students have a four hour class block they can do three different times a day. When students are burdened with work it is okay at the Accelerated Learning
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