According to Seattlepi, many students drop out due to early parenthood, no parental support, and the need to support their family. Teen pregnancy is a big issue and causes many teens to drop out. They experience morning sickness or fatigue or even embarrassment and can not concentrate on their schoolwork so they make the choice of dropping out to focus on their pregnancy. Others experience a lack of parental support throughout the school year and this results in no encouragement towards school causing many to leave early. Parents pay a big role when it comes to high school and many show a lack of interest in their child's academic success so the child sees no point in continuing their work.
Statistically speaking, the average family today has two working parents (“Two Working Parent”). This virtually rules out the idea of homeschooling altogether, but can also reduce parental involvement in the public schooled child’s school and personal life. Most parents do not get off work until after the student has already returned from a public school, and has been home alone for hours. A few try to offer their assistance on homework and question the events of the day, however others either do not ask, or simply get little to no information from a student who desires to keep school separate from home. However, trying to separate the home from homeschooling is much more difficult.
People are concerned with couples not able to finish their education. Many girls who married are more likely to drop out of school because they are pursuing a life at home and taking care of children. This is what causes teens who marrty to be in poverty because one or both of the spouses have dropped out of school. with a lack of education teens are unable to find a better job, which can lead to poverty and unable to support their family (Dahl). Some teens have a hard time handling money because they never had any bills to pay before moving out of the house.
“They don’t attend regularly and are so far behind that they have to drop out,” Joe Silsby, guidance counselor, said. “Sometimes, it’s lack of support and following through with things at school. No one forces them to be here.” David Schawns, a former Topeka High student, fell into this trap. He missed school to care for his sick father. “I spent almost every day with [my father] and missed a whole bunch of school,” Schawns explained.
Since her stroke, she is unable to use the right side as body as much making it a struggle to still helps her mother. Now her son steps in to help both his mother and grandmother. She doesn’t have a caregiver all she has is her son to help whenever he is available and since she isn’t able to return to work at the moment she and her mother help with watching his children as much as they can. Since her son stays at home with her is he available daily and he tries to make meals as well as clean and run errands for them as much as possible. Her mother, aunts, son, and church family act as her support system if she needs any type of help they make themselves available as much as they can.
Even though social workers went to his home he was not put in to a foster care after many neighbors reported that he was being beaten so many times and he could not be saved on time. The rate of children being beaten by their parents has not gone down over th... ... middle of paper ... ...he is and also wants a loving home with a family that he has not had before. He was sometimes afraid of his mother because he did not know what to expect from her and she used to play a lot of tricky games with him. Before they went to court she was saying that he was going to stay with her. After David was put in a foster home he would sometimes pass by his old house and the mother would call the person that was in charge of him to tell him not to get near her home.
2014.) Parents are not home to look after their children. When parents are home, it is for a short period that allows parents to feed the children, bath them and put them to bed. Parents have to choose their family time or making income and income is priority to try and provide the necessary needs like a home, electric, and food. This struggle between income and family has put tremendous stress on parents which lead to a higher level of depression which affects the whole family.
In Guatemala, children start working at the age of eight years old and many do not attend school. Many of my cousins had dropped out school by third grade elementary to go to work in the fields. My aunts and uncles would get upset because I was not working to take care of my grandmother; instead I was attending school to become a professional, but they did not appreciate education. However, my grandmother would defend me and explained to my family members that she wanted me to become a professional; she would say them that her dream was to see me accomplish my goals. My grandmother always worked hard to take care of my daily needs.
Stephanie Mendoza RST 21 April 22, 2014 Professor Polluck The Church and the Orphanages Home is a place where children are meant to feel good and comfortable. When a place like home is not available, many children are left with the only choice of living on the streets or an orphanage. Life can be very harsh to children especially if both of their parents died. When a child is left alone because of the death of his parents he becomes an obligation to his closest relatives. However, they are not obligated to take the child.
The step son reluctant to speak with the step father, and the stepfather is feeling angry and excluded by the son. Structural Family therapy is the model that would work under these conditions. More common than not you have families where the children are not performing to their fullest compatibly at school, are disruptive in the home, and school setting. You are asked to attend counseling the father never shows, which is causing the mother stress, Strategic family therapy model would work under these circumstances. Bowen Family therapy model would work under the following conditions, for example couple gets married at a young age, they know have three children, both work fulltime and live in a modest home which they have fell behind on the mortgage payment.