Making Schools Work for Underachieving Minority Students: Next Steps for Research, Policy, and Practice

Making Schools Work for Underachieving Minority Students: Next Steps for Research, Policy, and Practice

Making Schools Work for Underachieving Minority Students: Next Steps for Research, Policy, and Practice

Making Schools Work for Underachieving Minority Students: Next Steps for Research, Policy, and Practice

Synopsis

Americans are seeking education reform, particularly for the underachieving minority student. Many programs have been developed but are not yet validated. This contributed volume, based on a national conference, shares the best of what is presently known and deliberates on implications for research, policy, and practice. Topics include: creating effective programs, reducing dropout rates, preparing students for secondary and postsecondary success, helping limited English proficient students, and improving teacher quality. Focus is placed on promotion of dialogue and collaboration and improvement of evaluation and testing methods.
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