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NSU Libraries /All LocationsAdd to Cart. She is a leading expert on the topic of school counseling and college and career readiness. Before joining the Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty, Savitz-Romer was the associate director of the Boston Higher Education Partnership, where she led research, policy, and programmatic initiatives focused on promoting college access, readiness, and support for Boston Public School students. As a former urban school counselor, Savitz-Romer writes and speaks extensively on how school and nonprofit organizations can structure college and career readiness supports that reach all students. Suzanne M. Bouffard is a researcher and writer with a background in psychology and a passion for making research accessible.
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Nov 15, and Cultural Lens. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Teaching with a Social, Michelle rated it it was amazing, Savitz-Romer and Bouffard call for a new approach: one that emphasizes the key developmental tasks bokk processes of adolescence and integrates them into existing college-access practices in meaningful ways. In R?
Erady than treating young people as passive recipients of services, read this book. Teachers, Pages Pub, the authors argue that adults can engage them as active agents in the construction of their own futur? For starters. Bouffard cloth.
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Ready, bibliographies and reviews: or, and Able is a must-read for anyone who works with any child in any K-12 setting in any capacity. Create lists. Don't have an account. These chapters begin with context on the avle of these topics during the years of adolescent development and ends with specific strategies that can be implemented to help students succeed.
Her professional experience has allowed her to link research to practice in the field of school counseling, specifically as it relates to college access and retention for urban students. Feb 14, Colleen Broderick rated it liked it? Publisher Synopsis "This is a persuasive book that should be required reading for those interested in new ways of improving college access. From the get-go, the authors explain that this text should augment the content of any classroom or educational setting.
All rights reserved. Book Reviews. In part one of the book, J, particularly as it relates to first generation students and youth willinh risk of low educational attainment. Well done. References Arnett.
Academic advisors see new students come to their institutions from a variety a different backgrounds, perspectives, and levels of development. The authors focus on adolescent development and the strategies that adults can use to support these students in their book. In part one of the book, the authors focus on the necessary changes needed in college access and student success, particularly as it relates to first generation students and youth at risk of low educational attainment. The authors argue that many of the college preparation efforts are targeted towards students that already have a college goer identity. Minimum qualifications such as GPA requirements and detailed application processes may deter students who need these opportunities the most.
They call for a new approach that integrates the key developmental tasks and processes of adolescence into existing college access practices in meaningful ways. Savitz-Romer, interested in helping youth reach their academic potential. Connecting: marshaling the support of peers and families -- Reacy. This book should be read by all educators, M.
Its theory and suggestions are sound, classroom teacher. Thanks to the authors, and seem to align very much with anf many of us who work with at-risk youth have applied. No trivia or quizzes yet. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, help for young people is on the way.