Another Educational System Fails to Educate
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Some teachers and principals say they can predict which students will end up in prison.
April 9, 2012 (MMD Newswire) -- Throughout the United States, especially in the poor neighborhoods of large cities, too many public schools are failing to reach, teach, and engage thousands of struggling youths. Whether because of poor educational backgrounds, reluctance to be in the school environment, or both, they are failed by the schools they attend. As a result of these failures, thousands of school-age youths find themselves amongst the rising numbers of incarcerated juveniles. These students have already struggled greatly before embarking on the path that leads them to prison. To make matters worse, once arrested and awaiting trial in juvenile detention centers or adult county jails across the nation, these school-aged youths find themselves part of a system that fails to educate them.
Hilderbrand Pelzer III, an award-winning educator, has created a solution to help provide the ed
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