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The At Risk Student

Author: Evelyn Hunt Ogden
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 1461734339
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An excellent resource that should be on the desk of every student assistant professional as well as every administrator. It gives step-by-step procedures in identifying high risk students who are a challenge for our schools.

Directory Of Programs For Students At Risk

Author: Thomas Williams
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317920325
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This book summarizes over 40 programs which enhance the success of students at risk. The emphases of these programs include individual students' learning skills, whole-school improvement, professional development, and parent and family improvement. Names and addresses of key people at each site are also included.

Understanding And Teaching The At Risk Adult Student

Author: Diane Mierzwik
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475801653
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This is a guide for teachers entering or continuing in the specific realm of adult education of students who are at-risk due to their criminal backgrounds, substance abuse issues or undiagnosed learning disabilities. The book provides readers with an overview of the teaching challenges for this population of students, presents research on their unique challenges as learners, and provides teachers with evidence-based practices to enhance the success of this adult learner population.

At Risk Students

Author: Robert Donmoyer
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791413937
Size: 77.11 MB
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This book explores the circumstances of at-risk students and argues that well-intentioned policymakers and educators run the risk of making matters worse rather than better for these students, even if their actions are based on the best social science evidence available. The book demonstrates the diverse, idiosyncratic nature of these students, argues that traditional social science methods cannot capture this idiosyncrasy and diversity, and presents research methods, policies, and programs that can accommodate student diversity.

Mentoring Students At Risk

Author: Gary L. Reglin
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Limited
ISBN:
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This book was designed to meet the needs of K-12 teachers, K-12 school administrators, case managers in the juvenile justice system, as well as members of nonprofit organizations who work with students at risk.

Building Community In An Alternative School

Author: Lionel H. Brown
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820486543
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This book is a case study illustrating how one urban school district overcame barriers to allow for effective communication across ethnic and socioeconomic lines, enabling the community to build consensus on new policies and programs for elementary and middle school students at risk for educational failure. The information presented here will be of interest to all urban educators who believe that current policies and programs for at-risk students are failing and who are seeking new answers and ways forward.

Students At Risk

Author: M. Lee Manning
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN:
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Provides teachers and education students with information on students at risk. Includes descriptions of at-risk conditions, characteristics for determining when a student is at-risk, descriptions of successful programs, a chapter on the importance of involving parents and families, and an appendix showing additional sources of information. Activities and case studies are included.

Hope At Last For At Risk Youth

Author: Robert D. Barr
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205162673
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*HE07, Hope At Last: Guaranteeing Success for Students at Risk, Robert D. Barr(Boise State University), William H. Parrett(University of Alaska), H6267-2, 320 pp., 7 x 9 1/4, 0-205-16267-3, paperbound, 1995, $22.50nk, October*/This is the only book available that has collected conclusive evidence that all children, even those considered at risk, can learn. The book has translated a landmark body of knowledge into a comprehensive K-12 action plan to guarantee the successful learning of at risk youth.