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The Impact of an Economically Disadvantaged Student Population on School Climate
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between student poverty levels, defined by the number of students identified as economically disadvantaged by qualifying for free and reduced lunch and school ...
Identifying Early Indicators of Drop Outs in a Diverse Urban District: Implications for School Leaders
The purpose of this study was to explore at-risk student indicators outlined in the Texas Education Code Section 29.031 to determine if any one indicator or combination of indicators is a better predictor of a student’s ...
Implication of Differences in Academic Achievement of Economically Disadvantaged Students on School Improvement Planning for Educational Leaders
Third grade reading level has been found to be a predictor of both eighth and ninth grade reading level as well as graduation and college attendance (Lesnick, Goerge, Smithgall, & Gwynne 2010). This qualitative study ...
Campus Leadership Institutional Process Practices That Positively Impact the Completion Rate of Economically Disadvantaged Students
This study examines the relationships between principal decisions regarding school institutional processes and practices in high poverty high schools in one school district and the impact of those decisions on the high ...
THE RELATIONSHIP OF SELF-EFFICACY AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT ON ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS:IMPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS
Our current school system is under much scrutiny as academic standards are steadily rising and student achievement is unable to keep pace with the rapid increases. At the core, economically disadvantaged students are ...