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Poverty: An Unlevel Playing Field: Help Schools Help Children in Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: Help Schools Help Children in Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: Help Schools Help Children in Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. Preschoolers and early childhood …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: Poverty Puts Needs Ahead of School

An Unlevel Playing Field: Poverty Puts Needs Ahead of School

An Unlevel Playing Field:Poverty Puts Needs Ahead of School With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. Preschoolers and early childhood education are …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: Preschoolers Pay for Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: Preschoolers Pay for Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. This piece focuses on students in …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: A Student’s Perspective on Surviving Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: A Student’s Perspective on Surviving Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. Preschoolers and early childhood …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: The Reality of Poverty for Rural Students

An Unlevel Playing Field: The Reality of Poverty for Rural Students With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. This piece focuses …

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Teachers: An Unlevel Playing Field: Urgent Needs of Preschoolers in Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: Urgent Needs of Preschoolers in Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field: Urgent Needs of Preschoolers in Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. Preschoolers and early childhood …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: Rural Public Schools are a Lifeline From Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field:Rural Public Schools are aLifeline From Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. This piece focuses on …

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An Unlevel Playing Field: Teaching Students in Poverty​

An Unlevel Playing Field: Teaching AZ Students in Poverty

An Unlevel Playing Field:Teaching Students in Poverty With a nearly 20% poverty rate among Arizona children, families often rely on their local public school in ways beyond providing a quality education. As a result, teachers must ensure basic needs such as nutrition and safety are met before focusing on academics. Read our 8-part series to learn how …

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