Categories

Category: culturally and linguistically diverse

  • pdf

    Migrant students: Resources for migrant children similar to other students but achievement still lags

    1/9/10 - Florida Advisory Committee,

    "The Florida Advisory Committee (Committee) submits this report as part of its responsibility to study pressing civil rights issues in the State and report on its findings. The Committee discussed its concerns about civil rights issues facing the migrant community in Florida and equal education opportunity in a series of planning meetings, and from those meetings decided to examine the educational resources provided to migrant children in the State. This is a report by the Florida Advisory...

  • My Brother's Keeper: Obama Announces New Initiative Focused on Boys and Young Men of Color

    3/4/14 - Amos, Jason

    President Obama_MyBrothersKeeperObama launched a new initiative called “My Brother’s Keeper” at the White House on February 27 that will help boys and young men of color stay in school and find good jobs by focusing on key moments in their lives.

  • pdf

    NCLR Announces 2013-2014 Fellows for National Institute for Latino School Leaders

    11/5/13 - Mimberg, Kathy

    The NILSL Fellows have decades of teaching and leadership experience working in public school settings with Hispanic students, the majority of whom are learning English and live in low-income communities. Designed for high-potential mid- to senior-level education leaders, the program provides training sessions geared toward providing the advocacy and communication skills needed to address issues important to Latino student achievement and urge national and state officials to consider these...

  • pdf

    Obama Lauds Pledges to Expand College Opportunities

    1/16/14 - Calmes, Jackie

    Mobilized by the Obama administration, and egged on by both the president and the first lady, scores of college presidents along with corporate and nonprofit leaders on Thursday promised initiatives and grants toward enrolling and graduating more low-income minority students.

  • Social Policy Report: Multilingual Children: Beyond Myths and Toward Best Practices

    1/1/13 - Odom, Samuel L.

    Multilingualism is an international fact of life, with roughly 2/3 of the world's population estimated to understand and speak two or more languages.

  • State of the Union 2014: Obama's Opportunity Agenda Starts with Public Education

    2/1/14

    Matters of fairness, opportunity and inequality were center stage at this week’s State of the Union address. President Obama rightfully pushed for a higher minimum wage, equal pay for equal work regardless of gender, and extended unemployment insurance as immediate steps that can be taken to help Americans right away.

  • pdf

    The First Eight Years: giving kids a foundation for lifetime success

    1/1/13 - The Annie E. Casey Foundation

    As a nation, we do not invest enough in our children’s early years. In fact, federal spending on children is lowest when they are young, even though most brain development occurs during this period.

  • pdf

    Underperforming schools and the education of vulnerable children and youth

    1/2/09 - Lisa Walker, Cheryl Smithgall

    "This brief presents findings from several Chapin Hall studies on vulnerable children and youth to raise the issue of what it would mean to improve academic achievement in underperforming schools. Vulnerable children and youth are those who experience crises or disruptions in their lives, often accompanied by parental absence or inability to meet their needs, such that they are likely to become involved with public systems. The brief provides evidence that a disproportionate number of these...

  • Understanding School Safety and the Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Sexual Orientation.

    1/1/09 - Russell,S.T., Clarke, T.J., & Laub, C.

    Harassment at school based on a person’s actual or perceived sexual orientation or a person’s racial or ethnic identity is too common. Previous studies have found that such harassment is strongly linked to negative health outcomes and lower academic achievement. However, there are very few studies that examine the intersections of harassment based on race and sexual orientation. In this report we use data from the Preventing School Harassment (PSH) Survey to understand bias-motivated...

  • pdf

    Using School Leadership Teams to Meet the Needs of English Language Learners

    1/24/10 - Movit, M, Petrykowska, I., Woodruff, D.

    To ensure that the implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI) strategies effectively addresses the needs of all students, the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI) recommends that schools and districts establish leadership teams that focus on issues affecting culturally and linguistically diverse students. New leadership teams can be added to what already exists, or current leadership teams can be refocused on these issues. Leadership teams should meet regularly and...

  • pdf

    What the research says about effective strategies for ELL students

    1/5/09 - Rhonda Barton

    "Beyond any social implications, the performance of these students can carry a disproportionate amount of weight in an educational era dominated by No Child Left Behind. According to the Urban Institute, two-thirds of ELL students nationally come from low-income families. Consequently, an ELL student who does poorly on state achievement tests can potentially affect a school’s adequate yearly progress standing in as many as three categories: Limited English Proficiency, low income, and...

  • pdf

    Where we go to school...Latino students and the public schools of Boston

    1/14/09 - Uriarte, M., Chen, J., Kala, M.

    Where we go to School: Latino Students and the Public Schools of Boston uses available public data to provide the fullest view possible of that school population group in the Boston Public Schools. Using Latino students as the lens, the report also examines the effect of school quality variables on the dropout rate and the academic outcomes of students.

  • pdf

    Why are Southeast Asian American students falling behind?

    2/1/13

    Southeast Asian American students experience serious educational inequalities that are often masked due to their local categorization as “Asian.”

  • pdf

    Zero Tolerance versus Positive Behavioral Supports: An Effective School-Wide Accountability System for Student Behavior

    1/2/09 - Howard M. Knoff

    This presentation addresses disproportionality in discipline rates among minorities in the US

(30 Results) Page:  1 2

Log In | Privacy Policy | Contact Us