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The Five R's of Educating Economically Disadvantaged Students: Zeniah's Story

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by: Kathryn L. Craig, M.Ed.
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Publication Date: July 16, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 92
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645503408

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Book Synopsis
In this compact, narrative non-fiction book, educators get a glimpse into the the world of economically disadvantaged students and how to better reach, teach, and ensure their successful learning. Told in an engaging, story-like format through the eyes of Zeniah, a student in Ms. Clancy's class, educators will

*learn the what and why of each of the Five R's
*understand how each of the Five R's positively impact students
*obtain ready-to-implement strategies

With discussion questions at the start of the chapters, and practical strategies to immediately begin implementing, this resource is one educators will be referencing continually to better reach this ever-growing population!

Purchase the book, email a copy of the invoice to Kathryn at, and receive the t-shirt assignment and "Flip Flop Talk and White House Words" referenced in the book for free!(Offer good 7/19/19-12/25/19)
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Kathryn L. Craig, M.Ed. draws upon her personal experience of growing up as an "At-Risk" and "Under-resourced" student, her professional experience of almost two decades working with Title I schools, and extensive research and training to create this compact and engaging resource to better assist educators with reaching and teaching economically disadvantaged students.