Even with an adult role model at school, LGB kids were still at higher risk than their heterosexual peers, the study said.
What does ARM stand for?
ARM stands for Adult Role Model
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- Advanced RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) Machine (now ARM)
- Advanced Robot Motion
- Advantage Risk Management Co., Ltd (insurance; Japan)
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- After Receipt of Material
Samples in periodicals archive:
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves the community by carefully matching at-risk youths with caring, adult role models, and has had proven success in helping these children advance in school.
More significantly, the presence of volunteer educators who portray positive adult role models, sends an important message to learners - the value of caring for others that in turn, can affect the learners' attitude toward education and their academic outcomes," Magsaysay said.
Increasing the number of students in higher education has reduced the quality of learning, which depends on high staff/student ratios and opportunities for students to be exposed to new adult role models and educational guides.
Second, it provides adult role models to LGBTQ students.
The Perfect Game is an example of what sports and a good adult role model can do for children.
BIRMINGHAM children as young as 14 are turning to gangs because they lack adult role models in their lives, a shocking new survey warned today.
POOR parenting and a lack of positive adult role models is driving Yorkshire youngsters to join gangs, it is claimed.