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Author: Human Resources Division
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: parents, jobs, program, teen, serving, work, states, welfare
Number of Pages: 64
Published: 1994-01-01
ISBN-10: 0788102575
ISBN-13: 9780788102578

A review of how states are serving teen parents in the Job Opportunities & Basic Skills Training (JOBS) program. Focuses on the extent to which states have enrolled young mothers (ages 16-19) receiving AFDC in JOBS & helped them to complete their education; the approaches states have used to serve teen parents in JOBS; & barriers to teen parents successfully completing their education while in JOBS. Charts & tables.

Author: Xianglei Chen, Kathryn Chandler
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: parents, children, school, education, involve, public, schools, efforts
Number of Pages: 67
ISBN-10: 1428926127
ISBN-13: 9781428926127

Author: Richard L. Skinner
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: united, states, citizens, parents, alien, involving, illegal, removals
Number of Pages: 23
Published: 2009-08
ISBN-10: 1437915256
ISBN-13: 9781437915259

A report on detentions and removals involving U.S. citizen children and their parents among Immigration and Customs Enforcementżs detention center population over the past 10 years. Covers: (1) the total number of aliens removed from the U.S.; (2) the number of instances in which one or both parents of a U.S. citizen child were removed; (3) the reason for the parentsż removal; (4) the length of time the parents lived in the U.S. before removal; (5) whether the U.S. citizen children remained in the U.S. after the parentsż removal; and (6) the number of days a U.S. citizen child was held in d

Author: Hal Edward Runkel
Publisher: ScreamFree Living
Keywords: keeping, cool, kids, raising, parenting, screamfree
Number of Pages: 233
Published: 2005-03-22
ISBN-10: 0975998110
ISBN-13: 9780975998113

John Lee, best-selling author of the Flying Boy and Growing Yourself Back Up. "If I had a magic wand, I would give this book to every parent, young, old, and in-between. It is a must-read!" Lisa Uhl, MSN, Occupational Health Case Mgr, Mother of 3. "...a wonderful reference to parents, adult children, and frankly anyone. This was an absolute treat to read!" Josephine Baker, Mother, Harrisburg, PA. "I just got your book today and read the whole thing without putting itdown...Thank you!! It is already working!!" Start Revolution In Your Family...Tonite! Every kid wants to have cool parents. This

Author: Marsha Manatt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: parents, action, peers, pot
Number of Pages: 173
Published: 1983-06-01
ISBN-10: 0788130919
ISBN-13: 9780788130915

Recommended for parents, physicians, schools, clergy, and voluntary organizations who want to get involved in stopping the spread of marijuana use among the nationsı teens. Includes success stories of parentsı interventions and explanations of the main issues. Real-life stories of communities bonding together against marijuana, parent movements, and suburban programs provide inspiration to readers. Locations profiled include: Georgia, Nassau County, NY, Tipton, Pendleton, and Zionsville, Indiana, and more.

Author: Lydia Scoon-Rogers
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: fathers, mothers, custodial, support, child
Number of Pages: 56
Published: 1995-06-01
ISBN-10: 078817827X
ISBN-13: 9780788178276

Presents results from a April 1992 survey. Provides information on the receipt of child support payments in 1991 by parents living with their own children whose other parents are absent following divorce or separation, and on the receipt of child support payments by never-married custodial parents. For the first time, data on custodial fathers were collected to supplement the CPS, reflecting the growing need for information about men living with their own children whose mothers are absent from the household. In 1992 there were about 11 million custodial parents, 10 million of whom were custodi

Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: start, learning, community, head, guides, parents, key, training, transitions
Number of Pages: 86
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 143791215X
ISBN-13: 9781437912159

This guide will enable parents to support and advocate for their children during transitions. Contains training activities and hands-on action tools to help parents and staff work in partnership as children transition into and out of Early Head Start, Head Start, child care settings, and elementary schools. Transition addresses all the changes that occur as a child moves from one setting to another -- from home to a program, within a program, or between programs. This technical guide is designed to assist both parents and staff in developing skills that support the Head Start Program Performan
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