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Leave No Child Behind

Leave No Child Behind Author James P. Comer
ISBN-10 0300109679
Release 2005-01-09
Pages 327
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Annotation The concept "leave no child behind" has become popularly associated with the Bush administration's education plan, but Comer contends that it actually diverges greatly from the ideals of the Children's Defense Fund, which originated the concept.



Leaving Children Behind

Leaving Children Behind Author Angela Valenzuela
ISBN-10 0791462390
Release 2005
Pages 313
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Argues for a more valid and democratic approach to assessment and accountability.



Leaving My Beloved Children Behind

Leaving My Beloved Children Behind Author Takashi Nagai
ISBN-10 1921472057
Release 2008
Pages 176
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A devoted doctor in Nagasaki, Japan, who sacrificed his own health to assist his patients learns that he has only three years to live. Leaving behind a wife and two children is hard enough, but then the horrific happens. An atomic bomb is dropped on Nagasaki and, while he survives, all of his family members are killed, except for his two children. This is the deeply moving true story of a man who loved his children and tried to protect them knowing his time was running out. It is the story also of a religious man whose faith in God was not shattered by the tragic events that overtook his life but continued to love his fellow human beings and seek out what is right.



Ending Social Promotion Without Leaving Children Behind

Ending Social Promotion Without Leaving Children Behind Author Jennifer Sloan McCombs
ISBN-10 9780833049407
Release 2009-10-15
Pages 308
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The New York City Department of Education asked RAND to conduct an independent longitudinal evaluation of its 5th-grade promotion policy. The findings of that study, conducted between March 2006 and August 2009, provide a comprehensive view of the policy's implementation and its impact on student outcomes, particularly for students at risk of retention and those who were retained in grade.



Leaving Children Behind

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ISBN-10 OCLC:1012622849
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One Year Off

One Year Off Author David Elliot Cohen
ISBN-10 9781504014007
Release 2015-06-16
Pages 262
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Have you ever wanted to take a year off from your life? A meandering, serendipitous journey around the world with your family? It sounds impossible. But one day, David Elliot Cohen, co-creator of the bestselling Day in the Life and America 24/7 book series, decided to make this dream a reality. Over the course of six months, he and his wife sold their house, cars, and most of their possessions. He closed his business and pulled their three young children out of school. With only a suitcase, a backpack, and a passport per person, the Cohen family set off on a rollicking round-the-world journey filled with laugh-out-loud mishaps, heart-pounding adventures, and unforeseen epiphanies. In Botswana, the Cohens’s tiny motorboat is charged by a hippo. In Zimbabwe, lions ambush a buffalo outside the family’s tent. In Australia, their young daughter is caught in a riptide and nearly pulled out to sea. In One Year Off, you can join the family on a trek up a Costa Rican volcano, cruise the canals of Burgundy by houseboat, and ride ferries through the Greek Islands. Later, as the Cohens wander further off the tourist trail, you can drive through the villages of Rajasthan, traverse the vast Australian Nullarbor, and discover the charms of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and the hidden shangri-las of northern Laos. Over the course of these adventures, the Cohens learn to live as a family twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend time together without the distractions of modern life. The author rediscovers the world through his children’s eyes and gains new perspective of his own life. This humorous, heartfelt story is the next best thing to taking the trip yourself



Leaving No Child Behind

Leaving No Child Behind Author F. Hess
ISBN-10 9781403980373
Release 2004-10-01
Pages 313
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NCLB is the signal domestic policy initiative of the Bush administration and the most ambitious piece of federal education legislation in at least thirty-five years. Mandating a testing regime to force schools to continually improve student performance, it uses school choice and additional learning resources as sticks and carrots intended to improve low-performing schools and districts. The focus is on improving alternatives to children in low-performing schools. Here top experts evaluate the potential and the problems of NCLB in its initial stages of implementation. This first look provides valuable insights, offering lessons crucial to understanding this dramatic change in American education.



Pathways to School Success

Pathways to School Success Author Norris M. Haynes
ISBN-10 0761834087
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 99
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In this book, author Norris Haynes examines and discusses seven critical pathways that lead to school success. The pathways are: responsive schools; school-based support services; personalized learning communities; increased student interest, achievement, and motivation; positive school climate; fostered resilience; and promotion of school readiness. The work, which includes case studies and interviews with students, is a theoretical and practical guide to addressing the academic, social, and emotional needs of students. The strategies and concepts outlined in Pathways to School Success will help enhance a school's performance and thereby increase the probability that no child will be left behind.



Abused Men Walking Out Leaving Their Kids Behind

Abused Men Walking Out  Leaving Their Kids Behind Author Ravey D. Wesley
ISBN-10 9781499044294
Release 2014-07-07
Pages 268
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This story is about four boys who grew up as close friends, while growing up they would see women or their friend's mothers in their neighborhood being abused by men leaving these four boys with a sick feeling inside over the years. It would play back in their minds time after time, so much that they gave their word to treat their women with love and respect. Little did these boys know after growing, things have changed with women in today’s fast-paced society mainly in the home and work. Never would the four friends would have thought for one second that women would have abusive behavior toward men, carrying out acts of physical, sexual, emotional, and verbal abuse against men. This leaves a man no choice but to walk out his home leaving his children behind.



Leaving Too Many Children Behind

Leaving Too Many Children Behind Author Harold L. Hodgkinson
ISBN-10 0937846104
Release 2003
Pages 17
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What I Leave Behind

What I Leave Behind Author Alison McGhee
ISBN-10 9781481476584
Release 2018-05-15
Pages 128
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“An artful exercise in melancholy…Every reader will love openhearted Will.” —Booklist (starred review) “Haunting, introspective.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) “Emotionally raw…[A] piercing narrative.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “McGhee artfully illustrates the tangled web wherein grief intertwines with the mundane.” —BCCB After his dad dies of suicide, Will tries to overcome his own misery by secretly helping the people around him in this exquisitely crafted story made up of one hundred chapters of one hundred words each, by award-winning and bestselling author Alison McGhee. Sixteen-year-old Will spends most of his days the same way: Working at the Dollar Only store, trying to replicate his late father’s famous cornbread recipe, and walking the streets of Los Angeles. Will started walking after his father committed suicide, and three years later he hasn’t stopped. But there are some places Will can’t walk by: The blessings store with the chest of 100 Chinese blessings in the back, the bridge on Fourth Street where his father died, and his childhood friend Playa’s house. When Will learns Playa was raped at a party—a party he was at, where he saw Playa, and where he believes he could have stopped the worst from happening if he hadn’t left early—it spurs Will to stop being complacent in his own sadness and do some good in the world. He begins to leave small gifts for everyone in his life, from Superman the homeless guy he passes on his way to work, to the Little Butterfly Dude he walks by on the way home, to Playa herself. And it is through those acts of kindness that Will is finally able to push past his own trauma and truly begin to live his life again. Oh, and discover the truth about that cornbread.



Leaving our children behind

Leaving our children behind Author Sean Robert Cahill
ISBN-10 UOM:39015056807673
Release 2001
Pages 103
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Leaving Johnny Behind

Leaving Johnny Behind Author Anthony Pedriana
ISBN-10 9781607099147
Release 2010-10-16
Pages 202
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This book provides a comprehensive examination of the barriers that prevent students from becoming proficient readers. Pedriana describes evidence-based reading instruction, the conditions under which that instruction is most effective, and for which kids it is most effective.



Something Worth Leaving Behind

Something Worth Leaving Behind Author Brett Beavers
ISBN-10 1401600328
Release 2002
Pages 64
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Draws on the lyrics of the song "Something Worth Leaving Behind" and expands on their idea that love is the only true legacy that anyone can leave.



Leaving My Shoes Behind

Leaving My Shoes Behind Author Sheryl Tillis
ISBN-10 9781606478974
Release 2008-10
Pages 226
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In this book you will imagine what it is like to grow up in the fifties. There was much drama and excitement in Sheryl s earlier life. Her greatest accomplishments happened when she finally learned how to love herself through God s fervent love. Now she wants to pass on her wisdom to others. Leaving My SHOES Behind helps you to overcome low self-esteem, disrespect, inferiority complex, and insecurity, all of which she calls carnal leeches. This book will also encourage you to examine your spiritual life and make decisions about your purpose in life. Sheryl Tillis is an Educator in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is also a mother of two children (both adults) and two grandchildren. She has been teaching children with Special Needs for fifteen years. Sheryl dreamed of being a teacher in the sixth grade. It was her love of books that helped her make the decision to become a teacher and writer.



When Children of Immigrants Are Left Behind

When Children of Immigrants Are Left Behind Author Barbara Deotisis Luna De Acosta
ISBN-10 9781462064823
Release 2011-11-22
Pages 136
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As a child, author Barbara Deotisis Luna De Acosta’s parents left her and her siblings behind and in the care of others while they pursued their dreams in America. Her story is one of a multitude of emotions and experiences, and she shares it all here. Her experience serves as a warning and a lesson for parents everywhere. She poses several key questions for parents who are considering immigrating and leaving their children behind: • Who will care for your children? • What kind of care will they receive? • What if something happens to the caregivers? Who will care for your children then? • How can you help your youngest children understand why you must leave them? • What is the emotional cost of your decision? • Is leaving your family behind worth it in the long run? For Barbara and her brothers, their new life was one of surprising fear—and more than a few magical adventures and scary monsters of everyday life. Theirs is a tale of both quiet patience and abandonment, of both unconditional love and neglect. She shares her experience openly and honestly, hoping to help other parents make a more informed decision when it comes to their families.



Enrique s Journey

Enrique s Journey Author Sonia Nazario
ISBN-10 9780385743280
Release 2014-08-05
Pages 273
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Documents the journey of a Honduran teen who braved hardship and peril to reunite with his mother after she was forced to leave him behind and seek migratory work in the United States.