Pathways to School Success: Leaving No Child Behind

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University Press of America, Jan 1, 2006 - Education - 99 pages
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In this book, author Norris Haynes examines and discusses seven critical pathways that lead to school success. The pathways are: responsive schools; school-based support services; personalized learning communities; increased student interest, achievement, and motivation; positive school climate; fostered resilience; and promotion of school readiness. The work, which includes case studies and interviews with students, is a theoretical and practical guide to addressing the academic, social, and emotional needs of students. The strategies and concepts outlined in Pathways to School Success will help enhance a school's performance and thereby increase the probability that no child will be left behind.

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Norris Haynes, Ph.D. is Chairperson and Professor in the Counseling and School Psychology Department at Southern Connecticut State University; Founder and Director of the Center for Community and School Action Research; and Associate Clinical Professor in the Yale University's Child Study Center and department of Psychology. Dr. Haynes earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Howard University and completed two years of post-doctoral studies in Psychology at Yale University. An honored educator and psychologist, Dr. Haynes serves on several professional journal editorial boards and is the author of over 100 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, monographs, and eight books.

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