Category: Policy

At Risk Jews

In educational circles the term “at risk” remains a central conceptual framework for approaching educational interventions. It divides, not unproblematically, those deemed “at risk” from those deemed not so, and it generates interventions intended to treat the former group. Children can be “at risk” for any number of things — diseases, dropping out, teen pregnancy, injury, substance abuse, injury, and… Read more →

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