When families are concerned with a need for child care,food, housing, safety and working, school falls of the priority list. #Edchat— Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) September 10, 2013
Not poverty but the exposure and experience gap, which impacts the expectations students have for themselves #edchat— Dr. Will (@peoplegogy) September 10, 2013
Should poor kids be incentivised for learning results in a different manner than those who have parents with better income? #edchat— Santtu Toivonen (@touqo) September 10, 2013
Tech is not the panacea to wiping out poverty. If it was we wouldn't be having this convo. #edchat— Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106) September 10, 2013
If a S is from an impoverished environment, is there any limit to the school's or society's responsibility to that child? #edchat— Mitch Weisburgh (@weisburghm) September 10, 2013
Keep in mind children of poverty often need instructional discipline vs. punitive discipline. #edchat— Nancy Blair (@blairteach) September 10, 2013
Affluent schools can go right to Bloom's Taxonomy. School's in poverty never get past the lower level of Maslow. Basic stuff! #Edchat— Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) September 10, 2013
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