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Research & Policy

Looking at School Health and School Reform Policy Through the Lens of Addressing Barriers to Learning
H. Adelman and L. Taylor

This journal article discusses policy, research and practice through the lens of addressing barriers to student learning, an analysis that differs markedly from prevailing discussions of how to enhance student well-being and achievement.

Source: Children's Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 3(2), 117-132. or H. Adelman, UCLA Dept of Psych. P.O. Box 951563, LA CA 90095. tel: (310) 825-3634; fax: (310) 206-8716.

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Keywords: barriers, learning, barriers to learning, health, school, reform, policy, model, best practice, standard based, reform, school reform, strategies, standard based reform, empirically supported intervention


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