Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning

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School and classroom environments can have a significant effect, both positive and negative, on the academic success of students who are neglected, delinquent, and at risk of educational failure. Many students within these settings experience factors that can impede their academic success, including learning disabilities, mental health issues, and/or trauma in their lives. Creating highly structured and supportive learning environments and providing development and training opportunities for teachers and staff can make a profound difference in students’ ability to thrive academically and socially.

Title I, Part D, can play an important role both in supplementing schools’ quality core education with programs and practices aimed at meeting students’ needs and also in supporting the teachers, tutors, mentors, counselors, and others who work with and challenge the students every day.

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