Areas with high levels of incivilities residents and

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Areas with high levels of incivilities Residents and non-residents have a higher level of fear Tends to have a high level of crime Less of a sense of community Police/fire/ambulance slow response to calls o Teacher expectations D low expectations Self-expectations Kids didn’t raise their hands when they were asked if they were wanting to go to college… the kids know there paretns didn’t go to college, they think that the teachers didn’t go to college, they don’t think any really goes to colleges Over crowded Disadvantaged children
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Low parental expectations (getting ahead vs. staying out of trouble) Lack of culturally relevant materials Low teacher expectations (research on teacher expectations) School Conditions – Poor school conditions, poor tracking and monitoring High drop-out rate o Student expectations Didn’t have much expectations ether.. POSSIBLY BC OF THE TEACHERS EXPECTATIONS - Cultural capitol (KNOW DEFINITION) : beliefs, attitudes, values, knowledge, and ideas about books, music and history - Hidden curriculum : ¨based on classism o
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