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  1. Building Bridges

    Building Bridges

    Engaging Students at Risk Through the Power of Relationships

    By: Don Parker

    Foreword by: Robert Jackson

    Nurture positive student-teacher relationships to improve student engagement, behavior, and achievement for youth at risk. Research shows that discipline problems are one of the greatest challenges in education. In Building Bridges, author Don Parker shows educators how to address this issue head-on.

    USD$34.95

    Paperback


  2. Poor Students, Rich Teaching [Revised Edition]

    Poor Students, Rich Teaching [Revised Edition]

    Seven High-Impact Mindsets for Students From Poverty

    By: Eric Jensen

    Student poverty and adversity don’t have to prevent student success. Examine how poverty affects education, achievement, and motivation for students across the U.S. and discover seven mindsets for ensuring college and career readiness for all students, regardless of socioeconomic status.

    USD$37.95

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  3. The Handbook for Poor Students, Rich Teaching

    The Handbook for Poor Students, Rich Teaching

    By: Eric Jensen

    Explore seven classroom mindsets and accompanying strategies for counteracting the effects of poverty on education and student success. Discover tools, worksheets, and resources designed to help overcome adversity and poverty in schools.

    USD$37.95

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  4. Closing the RTI Gap

    Closing the RTI Gap

    Why Poverty and Culture Count

    By: Donna Walker Tileston

    Get a clear understanding of poverty and culture, and learn how RTI can close achievement gaps related to these issues.

    Regular Price: USD$24.95

    Special Price: USD$5.00

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  5. Boys in Poverty

    Boys in Poverty

    A Framework for Understanding Dropout

    By: Ruby K. Payne, Paul D. Slocumb

    Foreword by: Michael Gurian

    Examine risks and interventions for dropout among boys in poverty. Explore dropout among sensitive, gay, gifted, ADHD, and postadolescent males.

    Regular Price: USD$29.95

    Special Price: USD$22.46

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  6. Reclaiming Youth at Risk

    Reclaiming Youth at Risk

    Our Hope for the Future

    By: Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, Steve Van Bockern

    Foreword by: Archbishop Desmond Tutu

    Open new doors for youth at risk by using strategies based on a compelling, effective combination of Native American philosophies and Western psychology.

    USD$24.95

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  7. Why Culture Counts

    Why Culture Counts

    Teaching Children of Poverty

    By: Donna Walker Tileston, Sandra K. Darling

    Foreword by: Belinda Williams

    Learn a four-step research-based program for differentiating instruction based on the cultural needs, beliefs, and values of diverse learners.

    USD$29.95

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  8. The Kids Left Behind

    The Kids Left Behind

    Catching Up the Underachieving Children of Poverty

    By: Robert D. Barr, William H. Parrett

    Foreword by: Kati Haycock

    Successfully reach and teach the underachieving children of poverty with the help of this comprehensive resource.

    USD$37.95

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  9. The Resilience Revolution

    The Resilience Revolution

    Discovering Strengths in Challenging Kids

    By: Larry K. Brendtro, Scott J. Larson

    Discover effective ways of connecting with youth at risk. In this inspiring resource, the authors focus on strength-based alternatives to punishment.

    USD$24.95

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  10. No Disposable Kids

    No Disposable Kids

    By: Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Mitchell, Arlin Ness

    Foreword by: Muhammad Ali, Lonnie Ali

    Learn strategies for fostering resiliency in youth. This resource helps you cultivate positive feelings and build mutual respect between you and your students.

    USD$29.95

    Paperback


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