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The National Youth-At-Risk Journal (NYAR Journal) is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes educational articles on how to reduce harmful risk conditions and promote the well-being of all youth, especially vulnerable youth in schools, families, and communities. The journal is a publication of the College of Education at Georgia Southern University and is sponsored by the National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah.
Individuals are welcome to contact journal editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the submission process or to seek feedback on a submission idea (1-2 paragraphs maximum).
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1
Making the American Dream a Reality for All Youth: Introduction to the First Issue of the National Youth-At-Risk Journal
Dan W. Rea and Cordelia Zinskie
One student at a time: How an innovative charter school succeeds with dropout recovery
Joe Lewis and Letitia Basford Dr.
The Potential of a Library Media Program on Reducing Recidivism Rates Among Juvenile Offenders
Angela E. Formby and Kelly Paynter
Vicarious Reinforcement and Punishment among the Children of the Incarcerated: Using Social Learning Theory to Understand Differential Effects of Parental Incarceration
Meagan C. Arrastia-Chisholm, Allyson Alvis, and Mizanur Miah
Educated: A Memoir and the Impact on Teacher Preparation Programs
Beth Lilly Gregory and Jen Botello
Encompassing a Sense of Belonging with Youth: Art-based exploration in Urban Gardening
Chasity D. Tompkins, Casey D. Mull, Nykita Howell, and Lori Bledsoe