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The only journal of its kind, the International Journal on School Disaffection is an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for multi-disciplinary dialogue about influences and outcomes relating to school disengagement, low attainment, and early school leaving. The journal is open to a wide range of perspectives: sociological, historical, philosophical, psychological, criminological, and educational. Its priority is to support work that seeks to engage and re-engage children and young people and to develop critical and scholarly debate around school disaffection.

Publisher: UCL IOE Press

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Volume 4, Number 1, January 2006

Editorial

Open Access A word from the editor
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Klein, Reva

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Articles

Open Access Keeping students engaged in school through the UK-I-Can Program
pp. 14-21(8)
Authors: Edwards, Steven W.; Edwards, Rebecca

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Open Access Unaccompanied Refugee Minors; a challenging group to teach
pp. 22-26(5)
Authors: Bean, Tammy; Eurelings-Bontekoe, Elisabeth; Spinhoven, Philip

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Open Access Desperately trying to get through: establishing contact in work with adolescent drop-outs
pp. 27-38(12)
Authors: Adamo, Simonetta M.G.; Aiello, Amalia

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Open Access Goal Attainment Scaling as an Effective Strategy to Assess the Outcomes of Mentoring Programs for Troubled Youth
pp. 43-52(10)
Authors: Balcazar, Fabricio E.; Davies, Gethin L.; Viggers, Dave; Tranter, Gary

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