Constructing School Success

Constructing School Success

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Bolstering the academic success of low achieving students and providing a more egalitarian classroom setting are two constant challenges to our schools. This book describes the process of quntrackingq, an educational reform effort that has prepared students from low income, linguistic and ethnic minority backgrounds for college. Untracking offers all students the same academically-demanding curriculum while varying the amount of institutional support they receive. This book is a highly readable account of a successful school reform effort. It provides systematic research results concerning the educational and social consequences of untracking previously low achieving students, and will be of great importance to researchers in educational and social psychology.Low Income Hispanic Parentsa#39; Contributions to Their First Grade Childrena#39;s Word -Recognition Skills. Anthropology ... In Preparing Schools for the 1990s: An Essay Collection. ... Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 23: 250-267. Heathanbsp;...

Title:Constructing School Success
Author: Hugh Mehan
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1996-05-31

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