Lead: A Boot Camp & Intensive Parole Program : An Implementation & Process Evaluation of the First Year at the Fred C. Nells School

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DIANE Publishing, Oct 1, 1995 - Social Science - 91 pages
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A report on the second LEAD (leadership, esteem, ability, and discipline) program, a juvenile boot camp and intensive parole program, at the Fred C. Nelles School in southern California. Evaluates design and methods of the program, and describes and assesses the success of the program. Concludes with suggestions for program refinement. Contains extensive appendix with tables and sample forms and questionnaires.
 

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