Black Drop Outs in Toronto - A Grant Proposal Research Proposal by Top Papers
Black Drop Outs in Toronto - A Grant Proposal
A proposal for funding from a granting institution to assist Black drop-outs in Toronto.
# 139869 | 2,750 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Child, Youth Issues (Teen, Adult Issues) , Education (General) , Sociology (Poverty)
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This paper is written in the format of a proposal for funding from a granting institution aimed to help 'black' school dropouts, delinquents and gang-involved youths that can serve paid interests. The proposed study is to be an inductive collection of data from adults whose children are among the sixty per cent who do not drop out of high school. Several critical dimensions of the proposed study are put forwards as significant to an accurate understanding of the 'dreaded' Jane Finch area.
From the Paper:"Media audiences are now familiar with depictions of youth gang incidents including fatalities and there is a strong tendency for scholars, activists, youth workers and others to refer to urban `black' youth as most affected. In fact, youth gangs are pan-ethnic phenomena whose members are by no means always of impoverished or otherwise disadvantaged backgrounds. Whereas much attention has been given to school dropout rates manifested in the generic `black' community in the Greater Toronto Area..."
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