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Night School

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A group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes in the longshot chance they'll pass the GED exam.
DVD
2019; 2018
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Prelinger Archives: The Dropout (Part 1) [electronic resource]

Uses case studies to show why teenagers drop out of high school. Explains that some have problems in school, need money, are socially isolated and wish to assume an adult role. Filmed in Los Angeles.
Online
1962
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Prelinger Archives: The Dropout (Part 2) [electronic resource]

Uses case studies to show why teenagers drop out of high school. Explains that some have problems in school, need money, are socially isolated and wish to assume an adult role. Filmed in Los Angeles.
Online
1962
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Real Life Teens [electronic resource]: Communication Breakdown - Bridging the Student -Teacher Gap

In this program we address the communication gap that occurs between students, their teachers and counselors. We discuss how students can better understand the challenges facing teachers and counselors today. By understanding the mechanics of the school environment, teens will be better prepared for overall success both in and out of school. Learning to work with people they don't easily connect with is a good skill to have in life. However, students success in the class is not based on their teachers performance; it is based on their own performance. When students show genuine interest, teachers will be more willing to talk, meet with and address any issues students have. However, students that show a lack of interest, disrupt classes, don't complete assignments, skip classes or sho [...]
Online
2015; 2011
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Real Life Teens [electronic resource]: High School Dropouts

According to many studies, almost one third of all public high school students and nearly one half of all blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans, fail to graduate from public high school each year. Many of these students abandon school with less than two years to complete their high school education. The decision to drop out is a serious one for students. Dropouts are much more likely than their peers who graduate to be unemployed, live in poverty, receive public assistance, end up in prison, live an unhealthy lifestyle, become divorced and become single parents with children who drop out from high school themselves. Dropping out of high school is not a sudden act, but a gradual process of disengagement. Lack of attendance, lack of parental involvement and lack of motivation to succe [...]
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2015; 2011