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Educational performance of the poor lessons from rural Northeast Brazil by Ralph W. Harbison

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Published by O.U.P. for the World Bank in Oxford .
Written in English


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StatementRalph Harbison and Eric A. Hanushek.
ContributionsHanushek, Eric A., World Bank.
The Physical Object
Pagination(326)p. :
Number of Pages326
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21165698M
ISBN 100195208781

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An 8-year study of academic achievement, student performance, and education costs in rural northeastern Brazil investigated the presumption that students automatically perform better when more school resources are provided. Two main topics were examined: the success of EDURURAL, an educational intervention project in rural Brazil sponsored by the World Bank; and the educational Cited by: reality. Today, the achievement gap between the poor and the non-poor is twice as large as the achievement gap between Black and White students. The tracking of differences in the cognitive performance of toddlers, elementary and middle school students, and college-bound seniors shows substantial differences by income and/or poverty status. The High Cost of Low Educational Performance THE LONG-RUN ECONOMIC IMPACT OF IMPROVING PISATCOMES OU While governments frequently commit to improving the quality of education, it often slips down the policy agenda. Because investing in education only pays off in the future, it is possible to underestimate the value and the importance of. Robert Dreeben and colleagues at the University of Chicago conducted a long line of studies documenting both the relationship between educational opportunities and student performance .

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  All of these affect the learning process and eventually lead to poor academic performance. While numerous studies reveal a relationship between the socioeconomic status of children and their behavioral and academic performance, undoubtedly not all children from low-income families exhibit poor behavioral and educational achievement.   This is definitely an issue I struggle to explain to people. As a first-generation, low-income college student who currently attends a private college, I'm constantly aware of the fact that a large majority of the students here don't consider the implications of being poor while trying to get any education, be it grade school or higher education. Nutrition also indirectly impacts school performance. Poor nutrition can leave students’ susceptible to illness or lead to headaches and stomachaches, resu lting in school absences (Brown, Beardslee, & Prothrow -Stith, ). Access to nutrition that incorporates protein, carbohydrates, and glucose has been shown to improve. student performance, especially in rural areas where student face lot of problem. Previously mostly study of student academic performance conducting on such issues like gender difference, teacher’s education and teaching style, class environment, socio economic factor and family education background. The finding of this study varies. Author.