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Author(s):Center for Law and Social Policy
Title:Disconnected youth: Educational pathways to reconnection
Source:http://www.clasp.org/publications/Youth_AC_tran...
Date:2004
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Short Description:Addresses the plight of disconnected youth, and describes education pathways to reconnection for these youth.
Annotation:This audio conference, broadcast in 36 states and the District of Columbia, addresses the plight of disconnected youth, and describes education pathways to reconnection for these youth.
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Associated Keywords:
Audio/Video
College Access
Documents
Foster Youth
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students

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