Keeping youth in school: A public-private

Smith, J.
July 1987
Children Today;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p15
Academic Journal
A university, 2 child-serving agencies & a major corporation are combining forces to prevent school dropout among youths in foster care in Washington, D.C. INSET: My experience with the peer mentor program, by J. Payne....


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