Teaching Style & At-Risk Students Essay by The Research Group

Teaching Style & At-Risk Students
Examines the features of successful teaching styles in inner city schools.
# 12513 | 2,025 words | 10 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 17, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Social Issues)


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"TEACHING STYLES AND URBAN EDUCATION
Introduction
Statistics indicate that almost 30 percent of students entering high school will leave prior to graduation; urban dropout rates often range between 40 and 50 percent (Brady, 1995). Estimates place the nationwide costs of the dropout problem at a minimum of $26,000 for each dropout during his or her working life (Tindall 1988).
The foregoing facts highlight the importance of understanding those factors that assist in the overall effort to help students, especially urban students, to both stay in school and maximize their learning. In this regard, Klausmeier (1995) has reported that one of the most effective tools available to the educational system for achieving the goals if maximal.."

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