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Characteristics of At-Risk Students

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Throughout the years of education, some students have struggled to get the proper education that they require. One of the main causes for the struggle for these students is that they come from a low socioeconomic status home. Another reason is that some of these students have a language barrier, which can make it difficult for the students to learn. Education programmers have came up with several programs that are beneficial for these at risk students. There are some programs that lend instruments to those who cannot afford to purchase them all the way to summer literacy programs and after school programs for students who need extra time with learning something difficult. There are reasons that some students are considered “at risk” and school districts across the nation have implemented programs to assist these students in overcoming their shortcomings in life. There are five external variables that affect at risk students, and those variables are what essentially make them at risk. The first is the fulfillment of the students needs. The needs of each student must be met at home, whether it is clothes on their back, food in their belly, and a roof over their heads. The next important factor is family stability. Students need a parent figure at home to see if they need help on an assignment or just need someone to talk to. Family stability
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