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Wausau school program helps at-risk students avoid life of struggle

Wausau school program aims to keep at-risk students from life of struggle

12:08 AM, Jun. 8, 2014
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Wausau School District educators say a new programis helping to endthe negative spiral that creates lifelong problems for students who are kicked out of school.

The program, which started this school year, is called Prepare Educate Empower Rebuild, or PEER. So far, PEER has helped 20 students whose behavior could have led to suspensions or expulsion. Although educators say the program has made a positive changes in these students' lives, it's too early to make any sweeping judgments about its long-term effectiveness.

One thing is clear, educators say. Suspending or expelling students ...

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