Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Determinants of Enrollment and Dropout Rates among Tribal Children, Titelzusatz: In Elementary Education, Autor: Kosari, Ravindra, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 140, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 225 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Coming of Age in the Other America shows that despite overwhelming odds, some disadvantaged urban youth do achieve upward mobility. Drawing from 10 years of fieldwork with parents and children who resided in Baltimore public housing, sociologists Stefanie DeLuca, Susan Clampet-Lundquist, and Kathryn Edin highlight the remarkable resiliency of some of the youth who hailed from the nation's poorest neighborhoods and show how the right public policies might help break the cycle of disadvantage. Coming of Age in the Other America illuminates the profound effects of neighborhoods on impoverished families. The authors conducted in-depth interviews and fieldwork with 150 young adults, and found that those who had been able to move to better neighborhoods - either as part of the Moving to Opportunity program or by other means - achieved much higher rates of high school completion and college enrollment than their parents. About half the youth surveyed reported being motivated by an "identity project" - or a strong passion such as music, art, or a dream job - to finish school and build a career. Coming of Age in the Other America presents a sensitive, nuanced account of how a generation of ambitious but underprivileged young Baltimoreans has struggled to succeed. It both challenges long-held myths about inner-city youth and shows how the process of "social reproduction" - where children end up stuck in the same place as their parents-is far from inevitable. The book is published by the Russell Sage Foundation. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nancy Peterson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/086578/bk_acx0_086578_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Primary education is provided in schools, where the child will reside in bit by bit advancing classes until them comprehensive it and stir on to high school/secondary school. Children are frequently placed in classes with one teacher who will be mostly responsible for their education and welfare for that year. This teacher may be assisted to varying degrees by whiz teachers in certain subject area often music or physical education. The continuity with a solo teacher and the occasion to build up a close relationship with the class is a notable feature of the primary education arrangement. Primary education is the foremost stage of compulsory education. It is preceded by pre-school or nursery education and is followed by secondary education. In North America, this stage of education is usually known as elementary education and is normally followed by school. Primary education is the institution on which the expansion of each citizen and the nation as a whole built on. In current past, India has ended a huge development in terms of rising primary education enrollment, preservation, regular turnout rate and expanding literacy to roughly two thirds of the population.
There seems widespread agreement that pastoral mode of subsistence is in congruent with ways of formal schooling. Thus, schooling in pastoral Karrayu is seen to be characterized by low enrollment and high dropouts, more so for females. Irrespective of current policy that committed to offer eight years of primary education, only few are completing even the first five years mandatory primary schooling for permanent literacy and numeracy. To greater or lesser extent, sociocultural factors seem to be at play either for not sending or for withdrawal of school children. Thus unless their mode of livelihood is improved or schooling approach that best matches pastoralists mode of subsistence is sought, educating all pastoral children so as to achieve the MDG of universal primary education by 2015, at least at district level, appears going off track.
This book is about orphans enrollment in Primary schools and its Challenges to Headteachers Administrative Tasks in Kenya and it suggests ways of coping with the Challenges. Based on the Human Relations Theory, the study pays more attention to the orphaned children faced with learning needs. The book provides useful information to Education Administrators and policy makers and planners particularly in Pupils enrollment visa-a-vis resources available.