Research Proposal Part 1

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Introduction Explain the issue you are examining and why it is significance

The issue we chose to examine is the possible connection between children with learning disabilities and juvenile crime. We feel researching the possible correlation between these two serious issues may help lead to more research of the topic and possibly prevention of juvenile crimes. Learning disabilities come in many forms the following are a few we have found through researching each of these disabilities has its own symptoms.
* Dyslexia,
* Dysgraphia
* Dyscalculia
* Dyspraxia (Sensory Integration Disorder)
* Nonverbal Learning Disability
* CAPD (Central Auditory Processing Disorder)
* Visual Processing Disorder
* ADD or ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
* Autism
Add to the symptoms of these disabilities, the circumstances of life that some children face such as poverty, single parent homes, some are in foster care or group homes because their families can’t care for them, all of these things can contribute to the stress of the lives of children with learning disabilities which can in turn lead them to commit crimes very early in life. According to research done by the “National Center for State Courts”
* Between 30 and 50 percent of all "officially adjudicated juvenile delinquents" nationally are learning disabled (LD).
* Young learning-disabled males appear before a judge more than twice as often as non-learning-disabled males.
* Adolescents handicapped by learning disabilities are "at high risk for delinquency.”
We have researched several articles on this topic as well as conducting our own quantitative study. At the end of this study we will present our data in a way that…...

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