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Each year, nearly 30, of the , children in foster care throughout the United States reach the age of adulthood age 18 to 21 and are discharged from the foster care system to live on their own without resources or support. Foster children who age out of foster care are at high risk of homelessness, poverty, unemployment, incarceration, as well as physical and mental health issues. More specifically:. The Adult Connections program allows volunteers to provide foster youth with social and emotional support during an important period of their lives. By volunteering to mentor a foster child between the ages of 17 — 21, you will assist youth who are preparing to live on their own.
Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Peer reviewed Direct link. This article discusses the significance of adult connections for adolescents' sense of school belonging and identifies areas for future research and practice by a exploring the influence of adult connections on adolescents' sense of school belonging; b reviewing the literature regarding school belonging outcomes; c identifying potential barriers to building adult connections and school belonging; d presenting school improvement initiatives that hold promise for facilitating adult connections and school belonging; and e introducing a research and practice agenda that underscores the need for further investigation into the relationship between adult connections and school belonging. This proposed agenda represents an important addition to the literature by advocating for an increased focus on the process and significance of these relationships during adolescence, emphasizing adult connections and school belonging in school improvement initiatives, and indicating how adult connections can promote positive outcomes for at-risk students. Contains 1 figure.
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