3 edition of The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind found in the catalog.
January 22, 2007
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Sharon P. Robinson (Editor), Christopher, II Brown (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
Hurricane Katrina was a Category 5 tropical cyclone that occurred in August , which caused $ billion in damage, particularly in the city of New Orleans and the surrounding areas, and over 1, deaths. It is the costliest tropical cyclone on record, tying with Hurricane Harvey in The storm was the third major hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season, and the fourth-most Highest winds: 1-minute sustained: mph ( km/h). The support that greeted the federal No Child Left Behind Act when it was signed into law almost four years ago is eroding exponentially. Even before the nation was buffeted by Hurricane Katrina.
xii, pages ; 22 cm Does George W. Bush care about black people? Does the rest of America? When Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, hundreds of thousands were left behind to suffer the ravages of destruction, disease, and even : Even so, many children were able to bounce back with some help, especially those who were at or above grade level before Katrina. Those behind already fell further behind, Sanders said.
Hurricane Katrina has left a disturbing percentage of children from the most at-risk and poorest families with mental health, behavioral, and physical disorders, according to a white paper. Before Katrina hit, his family left town “like it was any other day, any other hurricane. We never made it back home”. Sanders now lives in Houston, a six-hour drive away, like tens of.
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Divided into three sections («Education and School Contexts,» «Preparing Professionals for the Possible,» and «The Social Dynamics of Education Reform»), the seventeen chapters of The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind discuss what is essential for rebuilding urban schools in New Orleans as well as the nation, engaging the nuanced nexus of social events and educational policy (e.g., No Child Left Behind Format: Paperback.
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Adolescents during Katrina may have been hit harder than any other demographic, according to the sociologists Peek and Fothergill, whose work will soon be published in a book called Children.
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Edited by Dr. Sharon P. Robinson and Dr. Christopher Brown II and published by Peter Lang Publishing Group, The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind addresses what is essential for rebuilding urban schools in New Orleans as well as the nation, engaging social events and educational policy as they relate to the preparation of professional educators and the future of America’s schools.
Divided into three sections ("Education and School Contexts," "Preparing Professionals for the Possible," and "The Social Dynamics of Education Reform"), the seventeen chapters of "The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind" discuss what is essential for rebuilding urban schools in New Orleans as well as the nation, engaging the nuanced nexus of social events and educational policy (e.g., No Child Left Behind Cited by: 7.
But two books released this past year took on a very real and sobering subject, Hurricane Katrina. NPR's Elizabeth Blair has this report about two remarkable children's books, "Molly the Pony.
NEW ORLEANS — The children upended by Hurricane Katrina have no psychological playbook for the youngsters displaced by Harvey, or those in the path of Irma, the hurricane.
Zeitoun is a nonfiction book written by Dave Eggers and published by McSweeney's in It tells the story of Abdulrahman Zeitoun, the Syrian-American owner of a painting and contracting company in New Orleans, Louisiana, who chose to ride out Hurricane Katrina in his Uptown : Dave Eggers.
Left behind: The legacy of hurricane Katrina Article (PDF Available) in BMJ (online) () November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Irvine, Jacqueline Jordan. “What Hurricane Katrina Uncovered About Schooling in America.” Pp.
in The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind: Schooling Context, Professional Preparation, and Community Politics, edited by S. Robinson and M. Brown II. New York: Peter Lang. facebook linkedin Twitter I received a notice today of a book written about the “children left behind by Hurricane Katrina.” I was thrilled to see such a book written, especially because of its emphasis on the need for schools to be prepared to respond effectively to these students’ unique needs.
Like other children who have [ ]. During Hurricane Katrina, evacuating New Orleans residents were. from Newbery award winning author Kirby Larson comes a remarkable true story of the devotion, friendship, and survival of two pets left behind in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
In the tradition of Owen and Mzee, this beautiful picture book is a testament to the spirit that defined post-Katrina rescue missions/5.
In Jesmyn Ward’s novel Sing, Unburied, Sing, set in a small Mississippi town after Hurricane Katrina, a young black boy experiences how circumstances of Author: Myles Poydras. Get this from a library. The children Hurricane Katrina left behind: schooling context, professional preparation, and community politics.
[Sharon P Robinson; M Christopher Brown; American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.;]. Left behind: the legacy of hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Katrina puts the health effects of poverty and race in plain view and alienation—contribute to health disparities for poor children and adults and those from minority groups throughout the United States, 2 in the United Kingdom, 3 and in other Western countries.
4,5 But the aftermath Cited by: Hurricane Katrina puts the health effects of poverty and race in plain view T he sinking of the Titanic, during which women in first class cabins were more likely to survive than those booked into cheaper decks, has been used to illustrate the effects of income and social class on health (T LaVeist, personal communication, ).
In the aftermath of hurricane Katrina, Americans have been Cited by: from Newbery award winning author Kirby Larson comes a remarkable true story of the devotion, friendship, and survival of two pets left behind in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. In the tradition of Owen and Mzee, this beautiful picture book is a testament to the Cited by: 7.
Hurricane Katrina Facts - 6: 20 hours before the storm struck New Orleans, Mayor Ray Nagin issued the first ever mandatory evacuation order of the city. Although many New Orleanians were evacuated, it was a slow process and the poorest and most vulnerable people were left behind.
Hurricane Katrina Facts - 7: New Orleans was devastated. Many. Animal companions were left behind, forced to face the rising flood alone. As many asfrightened, starving, and dehydrated pets sought refuge on rooftops or in attics. Estimates suggest that up toanimals may have died by drowning, starvation, dehydration, disease or heat in the aftermath of Katrina.
Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans is an incredibly inventive way of broaching the subject of one of the worst natural disasters to hit the United States in its history.
Though a text based book could arguably convey more information, the graphic novel style format was able to display a sense of realism to the reader.4/5. Books The Children Hurricane Katrina Left Behind by Sharon P.
Robinson (Editor); M. Christopher Brown II (Editor) ISBN: Publication Date: La Niña and Its Impacts: Facts and Speculation by Michael H. Glantz ISBN: Publication Date: On Author: Natasha Jenkins.Containing more than 4, entries, the Katrina National Guest Book serves as a memorial for all those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
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