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There have always been risk factors to students that make a child more vulnerable to failing at school. Some of the factors include families with low income, a child that does not live with both parents, neither of their parents or guardians is employed, a child speaks English less than “very well”, and child that has retained a grade at least once, ect. If you look at all of these risk factors, you’ll find that most of them are affecting the lower class citizens of America. Studies have proven that poor children tend to experience more than one of these factors verses children from middle or high-class communities. A lot of people who are dealing with poverty have come from a financially distressed family themselves. It is hard to “break the chain” and get out of a life style you are brought into. Either poverty-stricken children become trapped by poverty, or they are motivated to defeat the circumstances in which they find themselves living in. Some
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course EDU 201 taught by Professor Iforget during the Fall '07 term at Philadelphia.

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