New Government Report: K-12 Education

February 8, 2011 at 11:36 am Leave a comment

K-12 Education: Many Challenges Arise in Educating Students Who Change Schools Frequently

by Cornelia M. Ashby
Paperback, 52 pages, 2010, $25.00
ISBN: 9781437944129

“Educational achievement of students can be negatively affected by their changing schools often. The recent economic downturn, with foreclosures and homelessness, may be increasing student mobility. This report asked: (1) What are the numbers and characteristics of students who change schools, and what are the reasons students change schools? (2) What is known about the effects of mobility on student outcomes, including academic achievement, behavior, and other outcomes? (3) What challenges does student mobility present for schools in meeting the educational needs of students who change schools? (4) What federal programs are schools using to address the needs of mobile students? Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.”

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