Implementing School and Evidence-Based Interventions for Children from Families that are Poor
AuthorBarth, Richard P., 1952-
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AbstractPoor educational outcomes are multiply determined—and must be addressed at several levels. We have evidence based tools to address some of the levels—but primarily at the level of the student and classroom. We have emerging tools to address problems at the level of the family—this can and should still be done. We have good reason to address problems at the level of the neighborhood and school. Intervention success is unlikely without effective tools at all levels.
DescriptionPresented to Promise Heights interns. Author's affiliation: School of Social Work, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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