2 edition of poor at school in Canada found in the catalog.
poor at school in Canada
Canadian Teachers" Federation.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||LC4094 .C35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 143 p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||70126518|
Rich school, poor school: Private money affects Ottawa's public education system Back to video Parents have always peddled pizza lunches and staged bake sales to raise a . Can Schools Make Any Difference? By Fernando Reimers More Latin Americans are living in poverty than twenty years ago, despite the region's economic growth. The poor generally are still illiterate or barely literate. What is worse is that their children have limited opportunities to learn. They do not get a chance to move out of poverty by acquiring skills and knowledge, although about nine.
Statistics Canada research also shows that certain characteristics put Canadians at a higher risk of experiencing persistent low income. Some of the at-risk characteristics include having a physical or mental disability, being part of a lone-parent family, and having less than a high school . First Book Advisory Boards, non profit organizations with at least 80% of their children coming from low-income families, and Title 1 schools can receive books from the First Book National Book Bank. The books these programs receive must become the personal property of the children.
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