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Urban disadvantaged pupils: capabilities ...

Elinor F. McCloskey

Urban disadvantaged pupils: capabilities ...

a synthesis of 99 research reports

by Elinor F. McCloskey

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Published by Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory in [Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Children with social disabilities -- Education -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 46-54.

      Statementby Elinor F. McCloskey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC4091 .M22
      The Physical Object
      Pagination54 p.
      Number of Pages54
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5351273M
      LC Control Number72283542

      School and College Level Strategies to Raise the Aspirations of High-Achieving Disadvantaged Pupils to Pursue Higher Education. Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report Ayodele Abdul Mansaray, Sumi Hollingworth, Carole Leathwood, M Peters, E Pickering, A Thornton This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation

        DEIS in urban primary schools? May 15th Marino Institute of Education •Books and meals for needy pupils –early 20th century •Rutland Street Project () •Disadvantaged Areas Scheme (DAS) (s) •HSCL Scheme (s) •Early Start () •Free book :// DISADVANTAGED YOUTH. OF SCHOOL DROPOUT. CAUSES SOURCE: The Disadvantaged and Potential Dropout: Compensatory Educational Programs, John Curtis Gowan, and George D. Demos, Editors, Springfield, Ill., Charles C Thomas, Publisher, , pp. SUBJECT ANALYSIS: Public education can help problems by developing a curriculum and that meet educational and vocational

        urban areas. These well-known factors associated with lower achievement interact in particular ways. For example, being on free school meals is a stronger predictor of low achievement for white pupils than for other ethnic groups. Also, where white children under-achieve early on in their schooling, they are most likely to persist There are also case studies of urban schools serving disadvantaged intakes where there are positive learning outcomes (see, for instance, Raywid, ; Semel & Sadovnik, ) While these studies point to the complexity of unravelling the relationship between pedagogy and differential learner outcomes, they are unable to provide system‐wide


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Get this from a library. Urban disadvantaged pupils: capabilities ; a synthesis of 99 research reports. [Elinor F McCloskey]   More t primary pupils in disadvantaged areas are to get free school books in a new initiative.

A new grant, which is being paid to schools, will bring the total to €85 available Pupils in of the country's most disadvantaged primary schools are to get free school books under a new initiative. The books will be paid for with the help of an additional €1 million in “Disadvantaged pupils have underperformed significantly over time.

The school is now taking more effective action to support their needs, although this work is at an early stage.” “Substantial differences have stubbornly remained between disadvantaged pupils and others since the last This is a report which describes and evaluates a Summer Day Elementary School (SDES) program conducted in and involving elementary schools in New York City.

For six weeks, 37, children from disadvantaged areas attended voluntarily for a half ://   Disadvantaged Students and Schools Summary in English Read the full book on: /en • Across OECD countries, almost one in every five students does not reach a basic minimum level of skills. In addition, students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds are twice as likely to be low performers.

No. 8 Youth and exclusion in disadvantaged urban areas: addressing the causes of violence(, €25) The opinions expressed in this work are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of the Council of Europe or of the Secretariat.

Cover design: Graphic Design Workshop, Council of Europe   A) To ensure there are only narrow gaps, if any, between the attainment and progress data for disadvantaged and non- disadvantaged pupils across the phase and in each core subject.

B) To improve the quality of writing across Year 7, particularly for pupil premium pupils so that the vast majority are at least at KS2 expected as soon as Partnership Agencies In British Urban Policy (The Natural and Built Environment, No 6) $ View.

Sabar, Naama, etc. Partnership and Autonomy in School-based Curriculum Development $ View. Berry, Elspeth. Partnership and LLP Law (Wildy Practice Guides) $ View. Taket, Ann, White, ://   A-level farce continues as Ofqual SUSPENDS its criteria for students hoping to challenge their grades just hours after saying appeals could be based on mock exam results   learning programs that serve urban, low-income children and youth.

Data on program participation suggest that children and youth who would stand to benefit the most from summer learning programs (i.e., children and youth who are economically disadvantaged, have low €1m pilot scheme for schoolbooks for disadvantaged primary school pupils announced programme in rural and urban areas.

The programme will see the book grant increase to €85 per pupil in Book January pupils’ learning capabilities can be developed in. the light of recent conceptual development in the. area of metacognition and self-regulation (Pintrich,   BOOK REVIEW Education and disadvantaged children and young people By Mitsuko Matsumoto (ed.).

Bloomsbury Academic, New York,which has developed at an alternative school serving disadvantaged pupils in New children of Scheduled Castes and Tribes, migrants, urban deprived children, Muslims, children with special needs and girls.

Descriptors-*Disadvantaged Youth, Elementary Grades, Intelligence Tests, Perception Tests, *Reading Ability, Reachng Research, Secondary School Students, *Visual Perception. Two studies were carried out to measure the difficulties in visual perception. which affect the reading abilities of disadvantaged children.

The first study involved comprehensive assessment of school readiness among a disadvantaged urban group in Ireland.

It assesses the skills and capabilities that children from a low socioeconomic status   deliberations on Access and Achievement in Urban Education – 20 Years On. This marks the twentieth anniversary of the publication of the report, Access and Achievement in Urban Education ().

OFSTED is concerned to review and learn from action taken to narrow the gap in educational achievement between disadvantaged pupils and :// and achievement - Drivers and barriers to raising.

disadvantaged pupils being admitted than live in the local area – of course also impacting the school down the road. This social segregation also has a profound impact on Britain’s teachers. Naturally, many teachers prefer to teach in schools with good reputations and high attaining pupils, schools which tend to be located in affluent ://   Disadvantaged Pupils”, Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science, Vol.

10, No. 1, pp.online ISSNprinted ISSNdoi: /eriesj TEACHERS’ EVALUATION OF IMPORTANCE OF SELECTED DETERMINANTS OF EDUCATION OF SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED PUPILS Abstract We may now increasingly have working, middle, and upper-class universities but we have always had upper- middle- and working-class schools.

Of even greater concern than the stranglehold wealthy pupils and private schools have on our elite universities is the class and race polarisation across all sectors and stages of British ://.

Nussbaum argues that the best way to tackle the issue of women's equality in developing countries is to begin with a conception of the human being and human functioning.

By seeing certain capabilities and functions as more central to human life than others, Nussbaum anticipates feminist and cultural relativistic challenges and defends her particular brand of universalism and ://  2. The sample Gibbons et al () use refers to schools in urban areas with many disadvantaged pupils, whereas Holmlund et al () use all schools in England.

In the Holmlund et al study, effect sizes were higher for disadvantaged children (by %). Secondary Schools  The choice is endless, but if I was to advocate a single book, and that inevitably is a challenge, I would suggest Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. It is a book I remember with joy from my childhood and which I have re-read several ://