Making a Difference with At-Risk Youth: Creating an Evaluation Plan for an Experiential Juvenile Justice Program Suzanna Sharkey, Ph.D. Director of Experiential Education Associated Marine Institutes What is AMI? History of AMI Associated Marine Institutes 1969
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Creating an Evaluation Plan for an Experiential Juvenile Justice Program
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