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Teachers , Schools, and Society A Brief Introduction to Education second edition David Miller Sadker Karen R. Zittleman. STUDENT LIFE IN SCHOOL AND AT HOME. Chapter 4. SCHOOL TIME. Figure 4.1. Source: From John Goodlad, A Place Called School (New York: McGaw-Hill, 1984). TRACKING.

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    1. Teachers,Schools, andSociety A Brief Introduction to Education second edition David Miller Sadker Karen R. Zittleman STUDENT LIFE IN SCHOOL AND AT HOME Chapter 4

    2. SCHOOL TIME Figure 4.1 Source: From John Goodlad, A Place Called School (New York: McGaw-Hill, 1984)

    3. TRACKING Student Generated Responses

    4. SOCIOGRAM: A TEACHER'S TOOL Figure 4.2

    5. ADOLESCENT ANGST (WHAT TEENS SAY) What other “woes” and “wows” have you heard from teens? Source: Are We Preparing Students for the 21st Century? Metropolitan Life Survey of The American Teacher, 2000), p. 46

    6. THE CHANGING AMERICAN FAMILY Figure 4.3 Source: Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2007.

    7. LATCHKEY KEY IN TROUBLE: WARNING SIGNS • SLOVENLY OR UNTIDY CLOTHING • SLIPS REQUIRING PARENT’S SIGNATURE NOT RETURNED • NO LUNCH OR LUNCH MONEY • HOMEWORK NOT COMPLETED • HANGS AROUND AFTER SCHOOL • DECLINE IN ACHIEVEMENT

    8. CHILDREN UNDER 18 LIVING IN POVERTY AND CHILDREN WITHOUTH HEALTH INSURANCE Figure 4.4 Source: Childstats.gov Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics. America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2007 & Sarah Fass & Nancy K. Cauthern, Who are America’s Poor? National Center for Children in Poverty, 2007.

    9. National Graduation Rates Figure 4.5 Source: National Women’s Law Center. When Girls Don’t Graduate We All Fail: A Call to Improve the Graduation Rates of Girls. (2007). Available at www.nwlc.org.

    10. At-Risk Strategies Intervene early: Identify and address causes: Restructure school practices: Offer alternative programs: Other(s): Specific Teacher Responses AT-RISK RESPONSES Student Generated Suggestions