A recent op-ed column made a strong case for Virginia’s new governor to take a proactive approach to educating children who live in generational or situational poverty. Perhaps many of us don’t know how bad the problem really is. Dr. Ruby Payne, an expert on students living in poverty, addresses issues such as the use of language in poverty and hidden rules. Read more.
David Burgess Reiterates Ruby Payne’s Keys to Teaching Students From Poverty
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