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Compendium of school-based and school-linked programs for pregnant and parenting adolescents.
by National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Dept. of Education in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Other titles||Compendium of school based and school linked programs for pregnant and parenting adolescents.|
|Contributions||National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education (U.S.), EduTech, Ltd., United States. Small Business Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
The Adolescent Family Life Program: A Multisite Evaluation of Federally Funded Projects Serving Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents Marni L. Kan, PhD, Olivia Silber Ashley, DrPH, Kathryn L. LeTourneau, MSW, MSPH, Julia Cassie Williams, BA, Sarah B. Jones, MPH, Joel Hampton, MS, and Alicia Richmond Scott, MSWCited by: women about the influential elements of support programs that impacted their development of self-efficacy, parenting-efficacy, and high school success, as teen mothers, prior to graduation from an urban Midwestern high school. Teen mothers rely on their schools and communities to assist them with strengthening self and parenting-efficacy.
child. A variety of current educational programs appropriate for pregnant and parenting adolescents are then presented and summarized. The components of each program are examined, distinctive successful features are noted, and recommendations are given. A collaborative effort by educators, health care workers, social workers,Author: Margie Christine Moore. Healthy Teen Network: Healthy Teen Network is a national membership network that serves as a leader, a national voice, and a comprehensive educational resource to professionals working in the area of adolescent reproductive health - specifically teen pregnancy prevention, teen pregnancy, teen parenting and related issues. From their Web site you will find resources, research and support for .
Teen pregnancy: state and federal efforts to implement prevention programs and measure their effectiveness: report to the Chairman, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, U.S. Senate / (Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box , Washington, D.C. ): The Office, ), by United States General Accounting Office and United States Senate. In December , the National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education in the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement convened a group of national, state, and community early childhood and education leaders to discuss the interrelationship between preschool and public education.
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The compendium is not inclusive but profiles programs for pregnant and parenting teens and their children throughout the country that are based in public schools, alternative schools, community facilities, and medical facilities. Compendium of school-based and school-linked programs for pregnant and parenting adolescents.
Washington, DC: National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Dept. of Education, .
The Office of Educational Research and Improvement National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education (ECI), in cooperation with EduTech Ltd. Compendium of school-based and school-linked programs for pregnant and parenting adolescents.
By Ltd. EduTech and National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education (U.S.) Abstract. parenting skills for pregnant and parenting adolescents. Profile: The program, located in 39 middle and high schools, has offered prevention and intervention services since Annually, the program reaches approximately pregnant teens, adolescent mothers, and 10 teen.
School-based and school-linked programs for pregnant and parenting teens and their children a synthesis of conference proceedings, November, Washington, DC: report written.
[Washington, DC]: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education. Public Schools and Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents A LEGAL GUIDE Anne Dellinger Institute of Government March The author expresses deep appreciation to the Institute of Government and to the Z.
Smith Reynolds Foundation, the Karl and Anna Ginter Foundation, and the Mary Norris Preyer Fund for supporting research for the adolescent. Request PDF | The Development of Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Teens | The impact of early pregnancy and parenting on adolescents is well documented, with its negative effects on achieving.
Outcome Evaluation of a School-Based Program for Pregnant and Parenting Girls by Angela L. Glynn MS, Texas Southern University, BS, Texas Southern University, Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Public Health Walden University May Aug 15, · Assessing the impact of a comprehensive school-based health, educational, and social services program for pregnant adolescents on their health, demographic, social, educational, and pregnancy outcomes: The case of Laurence Paquin School for pregnant adolescents in Baltimore City Final Report Submitted to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Cited by: EVIDENCE BASED PROGRAMS AND APPROACHES THAT SUPPORT PREGNANT AND PARENTING TEENS: WHAT WE KNOW pregnant and parenting teen programs from present School-based programs provide a potential for early intervention, before a teen parent drops out.
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The Kaiser Family Foundation. Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Sex Etc. newsletter. Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). CenteringPregnancy is a week, group-based prenatal care program for pregnant teenagers.
Significant improvements in the rates of preterm births were found. Low birth weight CenteringPregnancy is a week, group-based prenatal care program for pregnant teenagers. No impact was found for low birth weight. Similar Items. Taking charge a school-based life skills program for adolescent mothers / by: Harris, Mary Beth.
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A Study of An Alternative School for Pregnant and/or Parenting Teens: Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence – a school-based program for pregnant and parenting high school students in a. The Parenting of Adolescents Program strengthens families and their communication skills in order to reduce child abuse and the likelihood of an adolescent’s involvement in the juvenile court system.
The program provides: Intensive family counseling for 16 to 24 weeks using the Multidimensional Family Therapy Model (MDFT). school dropout prevention programs for pregnant and parenting teens.
The meta-analysis synthe-sized effect sizes from 15 different studies measuring differences in school enrollment and completion outcomes for pregnant and parenting adolescents participating in dropout prevention programs relative to a comparison group.
The study used. Designed to make caring for pregnant and parenting adolescents easier and to ensure they benefit as much as possible from their schooling. Intended for superintendents, principals, school board members, school attorneys, counselors, school nurses and psychologists, social workers, teachers, administrators, and state education officials.
As long as teen childbearing is seen as contributing to delinquency, child abuse, youth unemployment, poverty, and welfare dependency, those sponsoring programs for pregnant and parenting adolescents could claim resources from a range of categorical grant programs designed to ad- dress these various greggdev.com by: 9.
ED SCH 6/38 Compendium of School-Based and School-Linked Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents ED SCH 6/39 Sass Schools and Staffing Survey ED SCH 6/40 School Involvement in Early Childhood July .WHAT WORKS FOR PARENT INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR ADOLESCENTS: Lessons from Experimental Evaluations of Social Interventions Mary Terzian, Ph.D., M.S.W.
and Kassim Mbwana, M.P.P. December OVERVIEW Adopting healthy and positive behaviors and avoiding risky ones are key developmental tasks of adolescence.Aug 17, · These programs focus on different health topics, risk behaviors, and settings.
Some, but not all, of these programs have shown evidence in reducing youth risk behaviors. Each agency has its own process and criteria for determining the programs that are worthy of recommendation.