Written expressly for high school educators and administrators, Starting a Recovery School provides a blueprint for developing an effective recovery school. Statistics show that less than 20% of youth who have completed chemical dependency treatment maintain sobriety after returning to their home, school, and old peer group. Recovery schools provide an environment that supports students new-found sobriety. Written by a leading expert in the field, this guide addresses key issues including: School format options Facility and staffing needs Student recruitment Academic and therapeutic programming Program evaluationA How to Manual from the Hazelden Professional Library Andrew Finch. Subject Matter This section examines each of the traditional subjects offered at the secondary level and provides sample descriptions. Linking the ... Most states now make these standards readily available to the public, and the information is usually posted online. ... The state board of education requires that each student complete one English credit per year or four total credits for a regular high school diploma.
|Title||:||Starting a Recovery School Without CE Test|
|Publisher||:||Hazelden Publishing - 2005-03-15|