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Compensatory education for disadvantaged Mexican students

Joseph Shapiro

Compensatory education for disadvantaged Mexican students

an impact evaluation using propensity score matching

by Joseph Shapiro

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Compensatory education -- Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJoseph Shapiro and Jorge Moreno Trevino.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3334, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3334.
      ContributionsMoreno Trevino, Jorge., World Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3389152M
      LC Control Number2004615312

      Compensatory education: Chapter 1 services provided to private sectarian school students: briefing report to the Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education, Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives. for minority and disadvantaged students, although the evidence is less clear for others. Ferguson argued that evidence of the effectiveness of money spent on Title I or Chapter 1, which along with Head Start is the largest federal education program serving disadvantaged students, has been hard to find. (Note: Head Start and Title I are two.

      The working group consisted of educators, school leaders, and legislators, among others. After examining the essential services and programs required to assist EL students and ED students in meeting state expectations and standards, the group recommended a () weight for both bilingual education and compensatory education. Compensatory education programs have used the middle class home environment as a standard in the belief that this environment nurtures achievement motivation, and the development of the learning and language skills which appeared to be lacking in the disadvantaged child. Compensatory education .

      Tertiary Education, Education For All, Primary Education, Teaching and Learning, Secondary Education, Economics of Education 3. Compensatory Education for Disadvantaged Mexican Students: An Impact Evaluation Using Propensity Score Matching. This critical ethnography investigates a small group of students who have been labeled as at risk by their schools and have participated in an after-school compensatory program. The study finds that this group, made up predominantly of poor, academically unsuccessful African-American students, partially accepts and ultimately rejects the status attainment ideology promulgated within the program.


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Compensatory education for disadvantaged Mexican students by Joseph Shapiro Download PDF EPUB FB2

CONAFE also lowers primary school repetition and failure rates. The authors conclude that this compensatory education program can effectively improve short-term learning results for disadvantaged students, but that improvement varies by the subject of instruction and the demographics of students taught.

Compensatory education for disadvantaged Mexican students: an impact evaluation using propensity score matching. [Joseph Shapiro; Jorge Moreno Trevino; World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office.

Compensatory Education for Disadvantaged Mexican Students: An Impact Evaluation Using Propensity Score Matching. Joseph Shapiro and Jorge Moreno Trevino1.

Abstract. This paper uses propensity score matching to evaluate the effectiveness of CONAFE, a compensatory education program in Mexico, in improving student test scores and lowering repetition and failure rates.

Compensatory Education for Disadvantaged Students: Evidence from an Impact Evaluation Study in Mexico Patrinos, Harry Anthony; Shapiro, Joseph; Moreno Trevino, Jorge () Effectively educating all citizens is difficult in a geographically disperse and culturally heterogeneous country such as Mexico.

The authors use propensity score matching to evaluate the effectiveness of CONAFE, a compensatory education program in Mexico, in improving student test scores and lowering repetition and failure. The authors conclude that this compensatory education program can effectively improve short-term learning results for disadvantaged students, but that improvement varies by the subject of instruction and the demographics of students taught.

Mexico began to address this challenge as early as by creating the National Council of Education Promotion (CONAFE), a division of Mexico's Secretariat of Public Education (SEP).

CONAFE provides extra resources to schools that enroll disadvantaged students. Compensatory education for disadvantaged students: evidence from an impact evaluation study in Mexico (English) Abstract.

Effectively educating all citizens is difficult in a geographically disperse and culturally heterogeneous country such as Mexico. The authors conclude that this compensatory education program can effectively improve short-term learning results for disadvantaged students, but that improvement varies by the subject of.

The authors use propensity score matching to evaluate the effectiveness of CONAFE, a compensatory education program in Mexico, in improving student test scores and lowering repetition and failure rates.

They find that CONAFE is most effective in improving primary school math learning and secondary school Spanish learning. Compensatory education for disadvantaged Mexican students.

Mexico began as early as to address the chal-lenge of including its most disadvantaged children by creating the National Council of Education Promotion (CONAFE). In the s, the Secretariat of Public Education (SEP) created the compensatory education program (CP) to support the most disad-vantaged schools and nearly all indigenous schools.

Compensatory Education for Disadvantaged Mexican Students: An Impact Evaluation Using Propensity Score Matching Shapiro, Joseph; Trevino, Jorge Moreno () The authors use propensity score matching to evaluate the effectiveness of CONAFE, a compensatory education program in Mexico, in improving student test scores and lowering repetition.

Enriching the Compensatory Education Curriculum for Disadvantaged Students. ERIC/CUE Digest No. The development of compensatory education programs has traditionally been informed by the belief that disadvantaged students can benefit most from a less challenging curriculum and limited achievement goals.

Thus, Chapter 1 services, provided. State Compensatory Education The goal of the State Compensatory Education Program (SCE) is to provide funding to reduce disparity in performance on assessment instruments or disparity in the rates of high school completion between educationally disadvantaged students, at-risk students, and all other students.

Craig T. Ramey and Frances A. Campbell, "Compensatory Education for Disadvantaged Children," The School Rev no. 2 (Feb., ): The Role of Teacher Leadership in How Principals Influence Classroom Instruction and Student Learning. Sebastian et al. The Aim and Scope of Civics. The Mexican education system is one of the largest in Latin America.

In /06 it consisted of over million students of school age, the great majority of whom were educated in government schools. Mexico has three types of public education administered at four different levels. These are: Basic Education, Upper Secondary, and Higher Education.

This book grew out of an earlier work ("Mexicans in School: A History of Educational Neglect") based on the Mexican American Study Project; to supplement the background provided by that extensive investigation, the authors conducted interviews and examined research studies of the past decade, as well as reports of special programs for Mexican Americans that resulted from federal funding for minority group education.

Compensatory education is provided to help disadvantaged students to overcome any cognitive and social deficits due to their environment. This is acheived by offering supplementary programs or services designed to help children at risk of cognitive impairment and.

the compensatory education activities disadvantaged students in new mexico's public and nonpublic schools are listed in this report. of new mexico's 90 local school districts, 69 reported that their disadvantaged students demonstrated a classroom reading performance which was significantly below grade level and 60 reported that many.

the compensatory education activities disadvantaged students in new mexico's public and nonpublic schools are listed in this report. of new mexico's 90 local school districts, 69 reported that their disadvantaged students demonstrated a classroom reading performance which was significantly below grade level and 60 reported that many students had a low level verbal ability.Sec.

COMPENSATORY EDUCATION ALLOTMENT (a) For each student who is educationally disadvantaged or who is a student who does not have a disability and resides in a residential placement facility in a district in which the student's parent or legal guardian does not reside, a district is entitled to an annual allotment equal to the.Compensatory Education, Disadvantaged Youth, *Education, English (Second Language), *Mexican Americans, Research Reviews (Publications), *Resource Materials, Spanish Speaking.

Documents on the subiect of Mexican American education which. have been. indexed and abstracted in "Research in Education" are cited in this bibliography. Publications.