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All kids are our kids : what communities must do to raise caring and responsible children and adolescents

Author: Peter L Benson
Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, ©2006.
Series: Jossey-Bass education series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd ed., Completely updated and revView all editions and formats
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"All Kids Are Our Kids introduces forty Developmental Assets - building blocks of health development that are essential for all youth, regardless of their background. The challenge for all segments of the community - families, neighbors, schools, congregations, employers, youth organizations, and more - is to share in the responsibility for taking action to ensure that all kids have what they need to grow up  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter L Benson
ISBN: 078798518X 9780787985189
OCLC Number: 719979869
Description: xv, 429 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Looking through a new lens --
Part One: Bringing out the best in all kids --
Naming the positive : the concept of developmental assets --
Developmental assets : the more, the better-for all kids --
Directing energy to asset building : critical culture shifts --
Part Two: What we all can do --
Creating asset-building communities : principles, strategies, and impact --
Energizing, supporting, and sustaining community change --
Mobilize young people: tapping their power to build assets themselves --
Engage adults : unleashing the power of intergenerational relationships --
Activate sectors : integrating asset building into community institutions --
Invigorate programs : creating asset-rich experiences for young people --
Influence civic decisions : seeking common ground on behalf of all kids --
Postscript: Choosing a new path.
Series Title: Jossey-Bass education series.
Responsibility: Peter L. Benson.
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"All Kids Are Our Kids introduces forty Developmental Assets - building blocks of health development that are essential for all youth, regardless of their background. The challenge for all segments of the community - families, neighbors, schools, congregations, employers, youth organizations, and more - is to share in the responsibility for taking action to ensure that all kids have what they need to grow up healthy, successful, and caring. This new edition includes new evidence, cites successful cases, and makes recommendations for energizing individuals, families, and community action."--Jacket.

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