Poverty Is NOT a Learning Disability
Equalizing Opportunities for Low SES Students
- Tish Howard - Washington Mill Elementary School
- Sandy Grogan Dresser - SGD Consulting
- Dennis R. Dunklee - Emeritus, George Mason University, Virginia, USA
At-Risk Students | Standards & Accountability | Teaching Diverse Students
"This book is more than well-researched theory. This is a lifelong study in practical experience that proves once again that the value of building relationships within a community is vital to success."
"An excellent book. This book embodies a powerful message that covers all the necessary steps to help transform individual mind-sets regarding poverty and learning disabilities.”
"The issues with special education are rarely addressed because many educators themselves do not feel qualified to tackle the concerns. This book allows the reader to see that there is a need to reform special education and to give a hard look at what we are doing and to begin making a change not only for special education, but for all students, so that as educators we lead them on the road to success."
"This book is the perfect guide for those administrators and teachers who are truly interested in equalizing educational opportunities at all levels."