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         At Risk Students:     more books (100)
  1. At-Risk Students in Elementary Education: Effective Schools for Disadvantaged Learners by Merlyn S. Swanson, 1991-06
  2. Staying After School: At-Risk Students in a Compensatory Education Program by Bram A. Hamovitch, 1997-03-30
  3. Motivational English for At-Risk Students: A Language Arts Course That Works by Marge Christensen Gould, 1992-04-01
  4. At-Risk Students and School Restructuring by Barbara Z. Presseisen, Ridchard A. McCann, et all 1991-02
  5. Teaching Exceptional, Diverse, & At Risk Students in the General Education Classroom 3rd EDITION by C&acr SBos, 2002
  6. Programs for At-Risk Students (Essential Tools for Educators series) by Rita G. O'Sullivan, Cheryl V. Tennant, 1993-03-02
  7. How to Rescue At-Risk Students/Book and Cassettes by Sharon Briggs, Ginny Sorrell, 1991-09
  8. Increasing at-risk students' literacy skills: fostering success for children and their preservice reading endorsement tutors.: An article from: Reading Improvement by Dorothy Leal, George Johanson, et all 2004-06-22
  9. At-risk students and thinking perspectives from research
  10. Tools for schools school reform models supported by the National Institute on the Education of At-Risk Students (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:418174) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1998
  11. State education funding policies and school-to-work transitions for dropouts and at-risk students: A report prepared for the National School-to-Work Opportunities Office by Jana Zinser, 1996-01-01
  12. Increasing achievement of at-risk students at each grade level by James M. McPartland, 1990-01-01
  13. At-Risk Students & Their Families: What Teachers, Principals, Counselors, Psychologists & Social Workers Can Do : Guidelines for School Districts, Schools of Education, State by Carolyn Lavely, Joseph K. Blackman, et all 1993-06
  14. Using Educational Technology with At-Risk Students: A Guide for Library Media Specialists and Teachers (Libraries Unlimited Professional Guides in School Librarianship) by Roxanne Mendrinos, 1997-08-21

41. Vision Screening Of At-Risk Students, At Risk Students
Printerfriendly Version The Vision Screening of Academically Behaviorally At-Risk Pupils. A Peer-Review Journal Article by Roger Johnson, Ph.D.
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A Peer-Review Journal Article by:
Roger Johnson, Ph.D.
Derick Nottingham, M.S.
Randi Stratton, M.S.
Joel N. Zaba, O.D. Journal of Behavioral Optometry
Volume 7/1996/Number 2/Page 39
The New York State Optometric Association Vision Screening Battery (NYSOA) was administered to 81 at-risk elementary, middle school, and high school students in order to rule out vision difficulties as contributing to academic difficulties and/or as to various determinations of attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia or dyslexic, or oppositional-defiant behavior, etc. Thirty-three were classified as both academically and behaviorally at-risk. Ninety-seven percent of the students with behavioral problems failed at least one of the NYSOA subtests. A chi-square statistical analysis revealed that students who were academically at risk or behaviorally at risk scored significantly lower on the tracking, stereopsis, hyperopia, and color vision subtests. The results of this screening were also compared to several measures of academic achievement and subjective visual and academic assessment questionnaires. Key Words vision screening, attention deficit disorder, ADD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, ADHD, dyslexia, dyslexic, oppositional-defiant behavior, at-risk students, at risk students, problem behavior, disruptive behavior, hyperactivity, hyperactive, poor attention, reading problems, short attention span

42. Crossroads High School
Alternative center for at-risk students. Burleson ISD.
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43. At-Risk Students - Teacher Professional Development Resources
The Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook Directory is the most complete interactive, online resource for K12 educators who are seeking professional growth.

44. Special Programs Center Home Page
Offers programs for at-risk students. Plano ISD.
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This site maintained by SPC 9-12 Staff and was last updated 9/29/2010

45. Colorado At-Risk Students Index Page
Location. 201 East Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203 Phone 303866-6600 Fax 303-830-0793 Hours Mon - Fri 8a.m. to 5p.m.

46. Reading And Writing Consultants Inc., Edmonton, AB
Provides assessment and tutoring for at-risk students, as well as workshops for teachers and parents. Qualified screening for Irlen reading disorders.
is a private company in the city of Edmonton offering educational services to individuals and groups. We are also the Irlen Center-Alberta , providing screening and lens assesments for Irlen/Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome. For more information, Phone (780) 439-8120, Fax (780) 439-8125, or email Inservices and workshops for schools, parents and pre-school care givers Inservices are available to schools and school districts. The programs available include:
Early Reading Intervention
Reading Intervention For the Middle Grades
Irlen Screener Certification
Irlen information sessions
More About These Workshops Book Level Guide An evaluation of the appropriate grade level for thousands of children's books. Find Certified Irlen Screeners in Western Canada Assessment and tutoring of children with reading/writing difficulties. Services include:
Individual reading assessments, identifying specific problems in reading and writing skills and abilities
Irlen screening and Diagnostic Assessment for Irlen Syndrome (Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome)
Individual diagnostic Tutoring
Individual Math Assessments
More About Assessment and Tutoring Services Irlen Syndrome is a perceptual problem that prevents an estimated 10-15% of the population from being able to learn, read, or study efficiently, and is present in about 50% of individuals who have reading difficulties. It is only in recent years that this disorder has become more widely recognized. We have extensive experience working with students who have Irlen Syndrome, and have seen dramatic improvements with these individuals using Irlen filters, where other methods have had little success.

47. Making Schools More Responsive To At-Risk Students. ERIC/CUE Digest
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Making Schools More Responsive to At-Risk Students. ERIC/CUE Digest No. 60.
Current approaches to educating at-risk students are the result of several shifts in thinking over the last 35 years. Now, a new way of defining at-risk students is needed for changes in school policy and practice to better meet these students' needs.
Past Definitions. Earlier, risk was considered the result of only a single factor in a youth's life. Over time, policymakers and educators have identified different factors as the factor. Thirty years ago, the problems of school-aged children were attributed to cultural deprivation. As an antidote, children were provided with preschool compensatory enrichment that attempted to create a middle-class culture for them. Subsequently, educational deprivation was considered the primary cause of at-risk status. Resulting educational programs focused on K-12 education, and the lack of fit between poor, minority children and their schools.

48. Redirect Page
Project mission is to strengthen the capacity of United States schools to prevent behavioral health risks for students. Overviews, activities, events, findings, and related links.

49. Motivational Strategies For
Motivational Strategies for . AtRisk Students Back to Motivation These strategies can be used with elementary, secondary, and post secondary at-risk learners.
Motivational Strategies for At-Risk Students Back to Motivation These strategies can be used with elementary, secondary, and post secondary at-risk learners. General Realizations About Remedial Programs Objectives
  • Restructuring the school and early intervention programs are key factors for success in academic achievement While basic skills are essential, modification of basal textbooks can improve reading and thinking skills. Need a supportive relationship with a teacher and a sense of team spirit within a class. Few youth leave a remediation program impulsively; most leave only after a succession of frustration and failures. Efforts should be made by the classroom teacher to provide a positive learning environment. Be sensitive to the emotional needs of students and when possible, adapt program operations to enhance the students learning experiences and their self-esteem.
Project Map: A Retention Program For At-Risk Students Project MAP Monitoring Academic Progress of Students Objective:
  • Provide opportunities for improving the overall grade point average of students To monitor classroom performance of students To provide mandatory counseling sessions (One hour weekly sessions with school counselor) To provide tutoring in reading, mathematics, and other disciplines (Remedial and developmental activities are designed to meet individual needs)

50. Youth Guidance Home Page
Assists at-risk students in gaining academic, social and emotional skills needed to stay on track in school, graduate and seek further education. Includes information on volunteer and donation efforts, programs and services, and contacts.

51. At-Risk Students
Missouri Department of Education resource to assist schools with improving student achievement.$.htm

52. Range Area Alternative Program
Public school for at-risk students in central Minnesota, ages 12-20. Core curriculum and educational use of technology. Under the auspices of Crosby-Ironton ISD 182.
Range Area Alternative Program has moved!
Physical Address: 1057 1st St SW
Mailing Address: 711 Poplar Street
Crosby, Minnesota 56441
(218) 546-7394 FAX (218) 546-7381

53. At-Risk Students |
Information on education and child development for parents and educators. EVOLUTION OF THE CONSTRUCT FURTHER ELABORATIONS COMPARISON OF SCHOOL

54. Brighter Choice Charter Schools
Separate schools for girls and boys, targeting urban at-risk students, grades K through 5.
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Welcome to
Brighter Choice Charter Schools
Looking for an alternative to Albany's existing elementary schools? The Brighter Choice Charter Schools may be just what your child needs. For enrollment information, call 518-694-4100 (Brighter Choice Charter School for Girls) or 518-694-8200 (Brighter Choice Charter School for Boys) Click here for an overview of Brighter Choice or on any one of the links above for more detailed information on the schools. Looking for information on the new Brighter Choice Middle Schools?
Click here
Listen to the Brighter Choice Charter School for Girls recite the school pledge. Click here to listen. "Many charters are already pioneering innovative uses of data. Take a look at the
Brighter Choice Schools in Albany. They are using real-time data-driven decision
making-evaluating students on an ongoing basis in every major subject and
adjusting instructional strategies."
U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings at the
2007 National Charter Schools Conference "In Albany, Brighter Choice was really kick-started by popular demand . . . a Zogby poll found 70% of parents would consider a switch to what was proposed."

55. At Risk Students -
Top questions and answers about AtRisk-Students. Find 169 questions and answers about At-Risk-Students at Read more.

56. Safe Schools - Learning Support (CA Dept Of Education)
California Department of Education offering a variety of resources on high-risk students, gangs, and after school programs.

57. At-Risk Students-Eye On Education
152 Ways to Keep Students in School Effective, Easyto-Implement Tips for Teachers By Franklin P. Schargel 2008 130 pages 6 X 9 Paperback 978-1-59667-087-7

58. Home
Alternative educational facility for at-risk students. Mission statement and academic goals.

59. At Risk Students - Education Resource - StudySphere
Education Portal, Educational Resource for language school, study abroad, education online, education, school, high school, career education, business school, driver education

60. Hayward Unified School District - Brenkwitz High School
Continuation school for high risk students. Staff, resources, programs, accountability, and contacts.

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