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|Other titles||Reading achievement of children from a migratory population.|
|Statement||by Helen Huus ...|
|LC Classifications||LB1573 .H97|
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|Pagination||1 p. l., 203-212, , 276-285|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||a 45003078|
Significant differences were also observed in both factors and the interaction [F (1, ) = , p Cited by: 4. The Pioneer Fund had been set up by Wickliffe Draper in with one of its two charitable purposes being to provide aid for "study and research into the problems of heredity and eugenics in the human race" and "into the problems of race betterment with special reference to the people of the United States". From the late fifties onwards, following the Supreme Court decision on. Reading gaps for Hispanic children tend to close or stabilize after a few years, perhaps because of such out-of-school factors as strong families, less crime, or better peer group attitudes in. A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF READING PROGRAMS FOR MIGRATORY CHILDREN. Creator COHEN, MIRIAM B., Florida State University Teachers need to be aware of these stylistic factors when guiding children in book selection. is associated with higher academic achievement. In this study, teachers' classroom organization was observed.
Second, migrant children may experience a constellation of risk factors including poor family resources, residential, economic, and social segregation, as well as few school resources and qualified teachers, all of which can negatively influence their early development and achievement (Liu & Jacob, ).Cited by: 1. anticipated the large influx of the migratory population and their civic needs. They From the above discussions, many social, economic and organisational factors associated with education of the poor have been identified. While there are many attempted to assess the learning achievement of the children of slum areas. Narrowing the Achievement Gap: Strategies for Educating Latino, Black, and Asian Students (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives) E.W. Gordon, Susan J. Paik, Walberg Herbert J. This book provides effective strategies that can be used to improve academic achievement . needs) are identified by a comprehensive needs assessment, some funds can be used to fill these needs through a collaborative partnership with local service providers. Title I, Part C (migrant education) programs must identify the special educational needs of migratory children as part of their comprehensive planning process.
assessing the effects of dialogic reading on the oral language skills of migrant preschoolers at risk for reading difficulties by joyce marie tardaguila-harth a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of florida File Size: KB. (D) An early childhood education that improves reading readiness and prepares children for success in school. (2) Are implemented through cooperative projects that build on high-quality existing community resources to create a new range of services. (3) Promote the academic achievement . About the Book. Bringing nuance, complexity, and clarity to a subject often seen in black and white, Writing Immigration presents a unique interplay of leading scholars and journalists working on the contentious topic of immigration. In a series of powerful essays, the contributors reflect on how they struggle to write about one of the defining issues of our time—one that is at once local. English Language Learners (ELL) are the fastest-growing student population group—according to an NEA Policy Brief, by nearly 25 percent of students in public schools will be English Language such a dramatic increase, it is imperative that the educational community understands and adequately addresses the struggles of ELL students, and ensure that .