What is an " At Risk" Learner?
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What is an " At Risk" Learner?

At Risk Learner
A child that is identified as "at risk" means that they are likely to fail academically due to a variety of possible factors. These factors could be behavioral issues, family issues or learning disabilities. Over the course of a child's academic career, these factors can hinder a child's academic progress, causing them to become "at risk". Over time,the pressure to succeed from family and teachers can become overwhelming and stressful for the child. Therefore, it is vital to provide a firm, yet nurturing environment both inside and outside of the school to increase the likelihood of succeeding. Refer to this article forFour Ways to Help At Risk Kids.

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