Franklin

Educating at-risk students / prepared by the Society's Board of Directors ; edited by Sam Stringfield and Deborah Land.

Publication:
Chicago : NSSE : Distributed by University of Chicago Press, c2002.
Series:
Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education ; 101st, pt.2
One hundred-first yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 0077-5762 : pt.2
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 296 p. ; 23 cm.
Subjects:
Special education.
Risk perception.
Dropouts -- Prevention.
Student assistance programs.
Problem youth -- Education.
Juvenile delinquents -- Education.
School management and organization.
Contents:
Section one: conditions of risk. The extent and consequences of risk in U.S. education
Resiliency among students at risk of academic failure
Issues in educating African American children and youth
Issues in educating Hispanic students
Section two: educating at-risk students from preschool through high school. Educating preschool and kindergarten children at risk
The intentional school: effective elementary education for all children
Essential components and next steps for comprehensive whole school reform in high poverty middle schools
Promising solutions for the least productive American high schools
Section three: Looking beyond traditional practices for at-risk students. Involving families and communities in educating children and youth
Toward universal literary
Technology, education and at-risk students
Section four: systemic supports for improving at-risk schools. Title I: The evolution and effectiveness of compensatory education
New roles for career and technical preparation programs in educating at-risk students
Systemic supports for schools serving students placed at risk.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
National Society for the Study of Education.
Stringfield, Sam, ed.
Land, Deborah, ed.
OCLC:
49888477
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