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As can be seen in the Framework, the Process Factors are embedded within the context of the community. The relationship between Contextual Factors and Process Factors is reciprocal and mutually influential. Contextual Factors are characteristics of the ecology/environment that are related to the effectiveness of a collaboration. Ecology, here, includes but is not limited to the physical and the structural settings of the community, (i.e., resources available in the community), and the social context (i.e., political atmosphere). The collaboration may be able to influence these characteristics, but the group does not have ...
To reduce the number of truant children and adolescents because truancy can be a first step to a lifetime of unemployment, crime, and incarceration. Background The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and the Executive Office of Weed and Seed (W&S) within the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice and the Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program (SDFSP), U.S. Department of Education, are supporting a grant program to reduce the problem of truancy. These agencies will also support a separate project to evaluate the Truancy Reduction Demonstration ... Read More
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