Homeless Youth Often ForgottenWKBW-TVThe actual number is hard to calculate because it includes runaways, throwaways (kids who are kicked out by their family), and a percentage of youth who choose to live on the streets and in abandoned buildings.
Synopsis: Comprehensive research showing how children growing up in heterosexual families are more likely to perform better academically.
Comments: Despite the seemingly reliable and comprehensive research methods, such results should be examined in the current social context. Given how a heterosexual family is the norm, it is almost inevitable that growing up in a homosexual family would be more challenging, resulting in the presence of certain negative impact. The results are not a direct reflection of the nature or "deficiencies" of a homosexual family and is by no means an accurate indication of homosexuals' parenting skills. Extenuating circumstances should be explored and taken into account for the study to be an even more reliable one.
A not-for-profit organization working to provide quality education with a specific emphasis on inner-city children, youth and adults. (Attended forum today focused on re-engaging youth who have dropped out of school.
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