Youth Topics — 21 April 2017 | News Release | City of Alexandria

Highlights of the 21 April 2017 Edition:

Project Discovery Walk-A-Thon (April 22)
TeensWork! Career Fair (April 27)
Virginia 4-H State Congress (June 19 — 22)
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Runnerclick Sports & Academic Scholarships
Textile Engineering, Design Scholarships
Scholarships for Graduate Nursing Students
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The DCHS Office of Youth Services compiled a listing of grant opportunities on April 10 and April 14.

Research & Resources
‘Know Your Rights’: Clinic in School Cafeteria Aims to Allay Immigrant Fears
Redistricting Implementation Plan Presented to School Board
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Identity Thieves May Have Hacked Files of Up to 100,000 Financial Aid Applicants
Feds Investigate Claims that Black and Disabled Students Face Harsher Discipline in Richmond
Million-Dollar Teachers: Cashing In by Selling Their Lessons
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Youth Well-Being
Labor and Sex Trafficking Among Homeless Youth
Wealth Didn’t Matter. Pollution From a Coal-Fired Plant, Carried Miles by Wind, Still Hurt Their Babies
Go for Size and Stability When Buying a Car for Your Teen Driver
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Juvenile Justice
Juvie Talk: A Window Into the Lives of Kids in Trouble, a Resource for Educators
I Used to Love America: How a Racist Jail Changed Me
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Racial and Ethnic Disparities: How States and Communities Can Work Together to Combat Disproportionality (April 24, 2 – 3 p.m.)
Understanding Depression in Teenagers (April 27, 1 – 2 p.m.)
Female Genital Mutilation (May 10, 3 – 4 p.m.)
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