Lee Canter's Succeeding with Difficult Students: New Strategies for Reaching Your Most Challenging Students

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Lee Canter & Associates, Jan 1, 1993 - Behavior modification - 255 pages
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Practical strategies for developing positive relationships and rebuilding the broken trusts that have caused the fissures between at-risk students and the school community. For K-12 teachers.

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About the author (1993)

Leo and Marlene Canter are nationally renowned for their work in the fields of education and parenting. Through their educational consulting firm, Canter and Associates, Inc., and through their Assertive Discipline program, they have shown thousands of educators and parents how to raise happy, responsible children. Their books have sold over 750,00 copies. The author live in Los Angeles with their two children.

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