A Study of the Total Quality Management in Colleges of Education in Greater Mumbai.
Author:Seema S. Lokhande & Dr. Hemlata Chari
As a society, we both fear adolescents and fear for them. We fear their rashness, their rudeness, and their rawness; and we fear for their safety, their future, and their very lives. Research
gives us no reason to fear adolescents—in fact, it shows our negative images of teens to be largely stereotypical and unfair—but it gives us many reasons to fear for them. To stimulate interest in research on secondary school students' psychosocial and educational outcomes and to serve as a
guide for future investigations, the present article presents a review of different theoretical psychologically oriented perspectives - that can inform research on adolescents' educational
outcomes, including perspectives on the nature and influences on relationships, coping abilities, and well-being in adolescents.