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This investigation of the Opportunity Class is to evaluate, compare, and derive, if possible, a method of relating to high school students with problems that affect their school attendance. Is the use of “reality therapy” as a counseling method helpful in aiding the student to establish a dialogue with his frustration and control his response to the stimulus causing his truant behavior?
Romero, Samuel Ruben. (1969). A two year study using reality therapy as a method of counseling truant high school students in an opportunity class. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1690
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