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Title Literacy development of students in urban schools : research and policy / James Flood, Patricia L. Anders, editors.

Imprint Newark, DE : International Reading Association, c2005.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  302.2244 L712d 2005    ---  Available
Description xiv, 473 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Poverty and student achievement: a hopeful review / Jane Hannaway -- Poverty and achievement: a response to Jane Hannaway / Rita M. Bean -- Effects of health and social welfare factors on literacy development in urban schools / Joy G. Dryfoos -- Effects of health and social welfare factors on literacy development: implications for teachers and teacher preparation: a response to Joy Dryfoos / MaryEllen Vogt -- Violence as a factor in the lives of urban youth / Douglas Fisher, Jennifer E. Obidah, Mary Helen Pelton, and Jack Campana -- Violence in the lives of urban youth: a response to Douglas Fisher, Jennifer Obidah, Mary Helen Pelton, and Jack Campana / Victoria Chou and Esther Mosak -- School programs family and community involvement in children's reading and literacy development across the grades / Steven B. Sheldon and Joyce L. Epstein -- Family And community involvement in children's reading and literacy development: a response to Steven Sheldon and Joyce Epstein / Jeanne R. Paratore -- Exemplary reading instruction in the elementary school: how reading develops-how students learn and teachers teach / Diane Lapp and James Flood -- Examining exemplary reading instruction in urban settings: implications for teachers and the students they teach: a response to Diane Lapp and James Flood / Doris Walker-Dalhouse.
Exemplary literacy instruction in grades 7-12: what counts and who's counting? / Donna E. Alvermann -- Let's not minimize the "Big L" in adolescent literacy: a response to Donna Alvermann / Richard T. Vacca -- Professional preparation and development of teachers in literacy instruction for urban settings / Virginia Richardson and Patricia L. Anders -- Importance of professional development to unlock the potential of students in urban settings: a response to Virginia Richardson and Patricia Anders / Eric J. Cooper and Yvette Jackson -- Culture and language: bidialectical issues in literacy / Carol D. Lee -- Dialects, society, and schools: a response to Carol Lee / Arnetha F. Ball -- persistence of inequality: English-language learners and educational reform / Kris D. Gutierrez -- Culture, context, and diversity: a perspective on urban school reform: a response to Kris Gutierrez / Robert Rueda -- Overrepresentation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education in urban schools: a research synthesis / Cheryl A. Utley, Festus E. Obiakor, and Elizabeth B. Kozleski -- Loss of equity, excellence, and expectations through overrepresentation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education: a response to Cheryl Utley, Festus Obiakor, and Elizabeth Kozleski / Victoria J. Risko -- High performance in high-poverty schools: 90/90/90 and beyond / Douglas B. Reeves -- Seduction of simple solutions: a response to Douglas Reeves / Donna Ogle -- Rhetoric for school reform / Charles Taylor Kerchner -- Should We close the book on school reform? A response to Charles Taylor Kerchner / Timothy V. Rasinski -- State policy and its impact on urban reading programs / Virginia Roach -- Delivering strong urban reading programs in the current policy environment: reinvent, circumvent, or just plain vent? A response to Virginia Roach / Cathy M. Roller.
Subject Literacy.
Education, Urban.
Poor children -- Education.
Added Author Flood, James.
Anders, Patricia L.
International Reading Association.
ISBN 0872075435
Standard No. YDXCP 2156318

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