Teen Center & Resources | OneWorld Progressive Institute

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OneWorld, Inc. presents:

 

Youth-At-Risk: Juvenile and Criminal Justice System
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Parents CAN Play A Vital Role In Reducing Suspensions & Expulsions In CT Public Schools
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Profiling CT Juvenile Justice System Pt. 1
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Profiling CT Juvenile Justice System Pt. 2
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

What Information Should Be Included In Black History Lessons?
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Are We Living In a Post-Racial America?
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Effects of Media & Pop Culture on Teens.
Watch our segment for FREE online by clicking HERE!

 

Read the article: "The Kids Get Their Say"
from OneWorld's Student Forum in April of 2010!

by Zak Stone | April 28, 2010 Comments
Students in New Haven Public Schools comment about
changes they'd like to see in the school system.

 

Read the article from our show about students' role models:
Eminem: Role Model? by Melinda Tuhus

A Free College Education for Hard-Working Students?
Click HERE to read the article, Public School Kids Get a College "Promise"
by Melissa Bailey from the New Haven Independent


 

http://www.newhavenindependent.org/archives/2008/10/a_peek_into_the.php

 


  • Color of Justice

    A CPTV original documentary about Connecticut's Juvenile Justice system. Statistics collected over 17 years indicate that minority children are treated more harshly than white children...

     

  • Boys' Lockup Rates Hit 10-Year High

    Hakeem A. was recently sent to live at the state’s juvenile detention center for smoking marijuana and leaving his house without his parents’ permission – both violations of probation...

     

  • How Alcohol Affects the Adolescent Brain

    TeensHealth offers a safe, private place to get information about health, growth, and emotions. We give you the doctor-approved info you need to understand ...

     

  • This Emotional Life: Identity Formation In Adolescence

    The main goal of identity formation in adolescence is to develop a clear sense of self.

     

  • Advocates for Youths: Rights, Respect. Responsibility

    Few things are more personal than information about our bodies and our health. The information patients share with their health care provider...

     

  • Teens Homepage

    In the United States, the law says that a person must be at least 21 years old to drink alcohol. However, many people  are tempted to drink while underage either from ...

     

  • ALA | Great Web Sites for Kids

    News & Current Events · Peace and Conflict Studies · Politics & Government · Religions of the World · Sites for Parents, Caregivers, Teachers & Others ...

     

  • Information for teens about sex, sexuality and HIV/AIDS

    Teens' advice and information on AIDS and HIV, condoms, birth control, having sex, puberty, the law and being gay.

     

  • AIDS, sex and teens

    AIDS and HIV information for teens. Advice about sex, condoms, drug use, and what causes AIDS. ... Information for teens about sex, sexuality and HIV/AIDS ...


  • Alcohol and Other Drug Information for Teens

    INFORMATION FOR TEENS. Teen-Anon Recovery Groups | Visit Teen-Anon Resource Center · NEW TA Teen Addiction and Recovery Books ...



Meet Moshe Kai Cavallin an 11-year-old old college graduate from Los Angeles.

Moshe Kai Cavallin graduated with a degree in astrophysics from

East Los Angeles Community College on June 5, 2009. 


Tolerance.org is a place to find thought-provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools.  The site promises to awaken Americans to the problems of hate and intolerance, prompt them to action, and encourage them to dig deeper.
Please browse the entire site and take some of the personal quizzes.

www.tolerance.org


 

Some fun and educational resources for teens:


Click Mazes
Interactive puzzles and mazes to play online (Java). Also included in special galleries are many hand drawn mazes of the "print and solve" variety.

http://www.clickmazes.com

 

Rubik's Online
The official Rubik's site provides forum, online cube and games, contests, and history.

http://www.rubiks.com

 

Puzz.com
Analogies, IQ tests, trivia, puzzles, contests and games for all ages.

http://www.puzz.com


 

The public libraries in all major towns and cities offer a wealth of information and activities for all age groups with great emphasis on young children, teens and the elderly.

Check out these links below and learn how you can use your public library more effectively.


Connecticut Public Libraries Serve as
building blocks of our communities!

www.publiclibraries.com/connecticut.htm


The health or education information provided on this web site is not intended to constitute medical or educational advice or the provision of medical or educational services. By posting and maintaining this website and its contents, OneWorld Progressive Institute, Inc does not intend to solicit business from community participants, nor is this information intended to be a substitute for visits to medical doctors, other health professionals, and/or  educators located in Greater New Haven or elsewhere within our contact area.

 

 

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