Learn how to help at-risk students succeed. It's clear that students from poverty are often at a disadvantage when it comes to education, and educators can find it challenging to help such students become positively engaged in their own learning. Students from poverty often need more help engaging in the classroom. Above all, Craig J. Boykin advises educators to avoid giving up on "difficult" students by deciding that certain students "can't be taught," and provides powerful examples of at-risk students succeeding in large numbers in supportive environments. He also admonishes, "If you don't teach it, don't punish students for not doing well at it!"
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