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by Sally Lubeck,Beth Blue Swadener

Author: Sally Lubeck,Beth Blue Swadener
Subcategory: Sociology
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (March 9, 1995)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.4
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Beth Blue Swadener and Sally Lubeck, ed. Beth Blue Swadener and Sally Lubeck, eds. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. In this context, looked-after children are those cared for by a town/city authority where parent(s) are not able to provide suitable care.

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and Families at Promise : Deconstructing the Discourse of Risk

Children and Families at Promise : Deconstructing the Discourse of Risk. This book critiques the currently popular "at-risk" construct, drawing from historical, contextual, critical, and personal perspectives. It provides an alternative context for viewing children and their families as "at-promise.

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It involves 15 university education faculty student volunteers and over 40 students and their families in primary . A partnership was formed to focus on the problem of CLED children’s disengagement from their academic learning.

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Deconstructing early childhood education: social justice and revolution. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, In. 1997. Starting now. The Carnegie Corporation of New York. Carsaro WA. The sociology of childhood. Children and families at promise. Albany, NY: SUNY Press; 1995. Venn C, Jahn M, Shreve R. All Ready Reading and Writing Preschool Guidebook. Casper, WY: Natrona School District; 2002. 9. Creating a Classroom Culture of Promise: Lessons from a First Grade, Mary E. Hauser and Cynthia Thompson. Formatted Contents Note

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This book shows how the labeling of children as "at-risk" actually perpetuates the inequities, racism, and discrimination facing many families in America.