Student Death

Some articles on student, students, student death, death:

American College Personnel Association - ACPA Publications
... The Journal for College Student Development (JCSD) is the highest ranked indexed student affairs journal in the United States ... examine the issues, policies, and practices that influence the learning experiences of college students ... About Campus is sponsored by ACPA, it addresses an audience that goes well beyond student affairs to include all those on campus (administrators, faculty, and staff) who are concerned with ...
Ponderosa High School (Parker, Colorado) - Student Death
... In October 2007, Ponderosa student Jake McCarty guided his Nissan Maxima into a traffic signal pole ... After McCarty's death, his friends and family felt angry that the principal did not address the issue in a respectful manner by holding a school-wide moment of silence for ... school involved would perhaps be overkill, seeing as out of a student body of over 1,200, all did not actually know Jake personally, and bringing the ...

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