Event Title

Academic School 3-Minute Virtual Capstone Contest

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Location

Buffalo State College

Publication Date

25-1-2022

Degree Name

Childhood and Early Childhood Curriculum and Instruction, M.S.Ed.

Department

Elementary Ed, Literacy, Ed Ldrsp

School

School of Education

Description

Why do students in low socioeconomic areas have lower achievement and academic success?

This is an important study due to the fact that there are so many students that teachers see slip through the cracks of the educational system. This may be due to their living environment of which they have no control such as housing issues, lack of parental involvement, nutrition and the well being of the child. As teachers, it is our job to give every student a chance and bringing this topic to the surface will raise awareness and hopefully involvement. When the awareness is recognized, programs and policies can be implemented to help students who are struggling.

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Advisor

Kurt Minervino

Publication Date

1-2022

Recommended Citation

Bower, C. B., & Rossi, R. (2018). How do promise neighborhoods’ strategies align with research evidence on poverty and education? Education and Urban Society, 51(9), 1172–1201. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013124518784651

Steinberg, S., & Krumer-Nevo, M. (2020). Poverty-aware teacher education. European Journal of Teacher Education, 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/02619768.2020.1827390

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Jan 25th, 12:00 AM

Academic School 3-Minute Virtual Capstone Contest

Buffalo State College

Why do students in low socioeconomic areas have lower achievement and academic success?

This is an important study due to the fact that there are so many students that teachers see slip through the cracks of the educational system. This may be due to their living environment of which they have no control such as housing issues, lack of parental involvement, nutrition and the well being of the child. As teachers, it is our job to give every student a chance and bringing this topic to the surface will raise awareness and hopefully involvement. When the awareness is recognized, programs and policies can be implemented to help students who are struggling.