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Author(s):Ascher, C
Title:The mentoring of disadvantaged youth
Short Description:Examines the roles of mentors in the lives of disadvantaged urban youth, based on the study “Youth Mentoring: Programs and Practices.”
Annotation:This ERIC Digest examines the roles of mentors in the lives of disadvantaged urban youth, based on the study “Youth Mentoring: Programs and Practices.” The values of salience and close social distance and trust in mentoring relationships are examined, as are the benefits of planned and natural mentoring.
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Low-Income Students

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