Graduate Project Title
Yakima Alternative Education Program: Serving At-Risk Students in Grades 9-12
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Timothy W. Young
Second Committee Member
Franklin D. Carlson
Third Committee Member
Sam Rust, Jr.
The project describes and analyzes the Alternative School program of the Yakima (WA) School District. The project reviews the nine components that make up the alternative programs for the Yakima School District: (1) Stanton, (2) Outreach, (3) Project 107, (4) MAS, (5) The Place, (6) Detention Home, (7) Crossroads, (8) Key-OIC and (9) Stride. The project will identify the critical attributes of each program in an effort to clearly understand how they each promote the educational growth of high risk students in grades 9-12. Techniques, instructional materials and educational resources used by teachers and students will be discussed.
Lee, Earl Steven, "Yakima Alternative Education Program: Serving At-Risk Students in Grades 9-12" (1991). All Graduate Projects. 351.
Educational Administration and Supervision Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Other Education Commons, Secondary Education Commons