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Learning to Fail: Case Studies of Students At Risk
This study of students at risk was conducted to determine who is at risk, what puts students at risk, what schools are doing to help those students, and how effective these efforts are. Data were collected on about 49,000 students and almost 10,000 teachers in over 275 schools in 85 U.S. communities, and researchers conducted case studies of 65 young people.
Author/Creator: Strother, D.B.
Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa
Maynard R. Bemis Center for Evaluation, Development, and Research
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