1 edition of Urban and suburban, rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children found in the catalog.
Urban and suburban, rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children
by The Office in Washington, DC (400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington 20202)
Written in English
|Other titles||Urban and suburban rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children., Special strategies for educating disadvantaged children.|
|Statement||prepared by Sam Stringfield ... [et al.] for Office of the Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education ; [prepared by the Johns Hopkins University, Abt Associates, Inc.].|
|Contributions||Stringfield, Sam., United States. Dept. of Education. Office of the Under Secretary.|
|LC Classifications||LC4091 .U73 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||94193156|
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Urban and suburban rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children. Special strategies for educating disadvantaged children. Responsibility: prepared by Sam Stringfield [et al.] for Office of the Under Secretary, U.S.
Department of Education ; [prepared by the Johns Hopkins University, Abt Associates, Inc.]. Full text of "ERIC ED Special Strategies for Educating Disadvantaged and Suburban/Rural. First Year Report." See other formats.
Get this from a library. Urban and suburban/rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children: second year report. [Sam Stringfield; United States. Department of Education. Planning and Evaluation Service.; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.); et al] -- This volume presents second year findings from a 3-year project that collected case study data on 10 promising.
Urban and suburban/rural Special Strategies for educating disadvantaged children: Second year report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Policy and Planning.
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Policy and by: 9. Urban and suburban/rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children.
First Year Report. First Year Report. The Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore, by: 9. This volume presents second year findings from a 3-year project that collected case study data on 10 promising strategies for educating disadvantaged children.
The study occurred at 25 urban or suburban/rural sites. Participating schools had Chapter 1 programs or were eligible for Chapter 1. The sample included students in grades 1, 3, and 9 who.
Unlike suburban and rural school districts, urban school districts operate in densely populated areas serving significantly more students. In comparison to suburban and rural districts, urban school districts are frequently marked by higher concentrations of poverty, greater racial and ethnic diversity, larger concentrations of immigrant.
Urban and suburban/rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children: Second year report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education. Bold plans for school restructuring: The New Author: Sam Stringfield. Urban and suburban/rural special strategies for educating disadvantaged children: Findings and policy implications of a longitudinal study.
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The dictionary definition of urban is simply "a term pertaining to a city or town." In everyday parlance the term is used frequently to distinguish something from the terms rural, small town, suburban, or ex-urban. These objective size and density definitions, however, do not convey the range of meanings intended or received when the term is most commonly used.
In Special Strategies for. Educating Disadvantaged Children: Final Report, Sam Stringfield et al. repbrt. the results of a three-year study to identify effective programs being used in Title I schools.
The programs examined included programs in use in 25 urban, suburban, and rural schools. School Improvement through Widespread Use of Effective Programs and Practices In Special Strategies for Educating Disadvantaged Children: The researchers conducted research reviews and studied the programs in use in 25 urban, suburban, and rural schools.
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Efforts are still being made to expand access to broadband in rural areas, but progress is slow. Poverty. Nowhere is free of poverty, but rates of unemployment, malnutrition and poverty are markedly higher in rural areas than in urban areas. Endnotes. The Idea Book is a companion publication to a recent report to Congress (U.S.
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