Five Things Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Students in Poverty

Rae Pica with Eric Jensen, Ruby K. Payne, Nancy Blair, Nancy Flanagan

Teaching students who are struggling with poverty and survival is a challenge most teachers are simply unprepared to handle. In this segment, our guests share insights and proven guidelines that can help.

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May 30, 2014
Episode Guests
Eric Jensen is a former teacher. He has authored over 26 books, including "Teaching with Poverty in Mind." Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D., is the author of "Understanding Poverty" and a career educator. Nancy Blair is a school improvement consultant who frequently worked with the High Schools That Work and the Making Middle Grades Work initiatives. Nancy Flanagan is a retired teacher with 31 years in the Hartland, MI schools. She is the co-founder of the Network of Michigan Educators.
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