Didnt have any other shoes at all providing clothes

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didn’t have any other shoes at all. Providing clothes, backpacks, toothbrushes, and schoolsupplies was built into the school’s budget. The school also served discounted, or even free,meals to the children who needed this.
Scaffoldingis most effective when teachers are aware of a child’s strengths and weaknesses.Teachers should assess a child’s “readiness to learn” skills, provide lessons in smaller units, andmake specialized homework considerations or adjustments. Teachers can allow students extratime to finish any homework during school time. Children can also be given the opportunity tofinish any classwork after school so that they are able to work in a safe and comfortableenvironment. This would allow teachers to be able to work more one on one with a student andsee where they are academically, as well as emotionally.Evidence-Based Strategies:Inclusive education benefits everyone involved. Inclusive education is when all children, nomatter their differences (race, social class, abilities, disabilities, etc.), are learning side by side inthe same classroom. Inclusive systems help change discriminatory attitudes and provide an all-around better education.Schools can provide children with a general idea or expectation of what their relationships
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