Programs for Deviant Girls
by Kate Hevner Mueller - 1966
There are many factors which lie at the roots of deviancy among the teen-age groups in our schools, and their effects are felt to a different degree and in different ways by the male and the female segments of the school population. Inadequate prior education, lack of occupational skills, language handicap, early school leaving, work opportunities, suitability of school subjects, broken families, minority status, substandard housing-all these and other circumstances have a different impact, a different meaning, for girls than for boys.
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