Educational Leadership:Faces of Poverty:How Poverty Affects Classroom Engagement

In this article, author Eric Jensen explores seven reasons why impoverished students are less likely to engage in the classroom.  Jensen includes useful guidance on how to manage your classroom in order to circumvent the typical pitfalls that widen the achievement gap between students of a broad socioeconomic divide.

Source: Educational Leadership:Faces of Poverty:How Poverty Affects Classroom Engagement

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Author: Jane Hoff

Middle School Librarian and Media Technician Guest Teacher, K - 12 BA, Sociocultural Anthropology, the University of Chicago, 1995 Graduate Student, Master of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, CA https://helpfullibrarian.wordpress.com/

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