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MS in Special Education
There are a large amount of diverse factors that contribute to a student's academic success. Things such as basic needs, a student's culture, the teacher's culture, parent involvement, school and classroom environment, and actual instructional strategies all play a role in a student's daily academic experience. When students are living in an area of poverty, or come from families of a low socio-economic status, one or all of these factors can become compromised. As a result teachers, parents, administrators and community leaders are faced with the challenge of providing a holistic approach to education with limited resources. many times these obstacles are remedied with preventative planning, taking time to understand differences, and the adults in a child's life working together to reach a common goal.
Horton, Jennifer, "The Questions and Answers in the Correlation of Socioeconomic Status and Education" (2009). Education Masters. Paper 88.
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