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Poster presented for Nebraska College Preparatory Academy Senior Capstone Project, May 2015
A traditional family structure in the U.S is defined as a family support system involving two married heterosexual individuals providing care and stability for their biological offspring. Examples of nontraditional families include but are not limited to being raised by homosexual parents, single parents and/or raised in a low-income family. Studies found that students that are raised in nontraditional families are at no disadvantage when it comes to the social and academic success of the student.