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STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES 1 STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE AGGREGATE SOUTH UNIVERSITY NURSING 4075 AUGUST 22, 2011
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STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES 2 Areas of concern/weakness of the aggregate. There are several areas of concern that need to be addressed for the aggregate. The percentage of economically disadvantaged students is 51.9% and this poses a problem for the school finances. Additional funding have to be acquired to ensure that these students are cared for. The present of students not completing high school is 25.3%. This is a very high dropout rate and educators and legislators need to find ways to get students to remain in school. This might entail providing the necessary financing so that student can go to school with incurring any cost. The pregnancy rate per 1,000 females aged 10 – 19 is 37.0. Education is the key to implement changes and substantial amount of educational sessions have to be provided with teenagers being the targeted population (Georgia County Guide, 2011).
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