3 edition of School enrollment--social and economic characteristics of students: October 1974 (Advance report) found in the catalog.
School enrollment--social and economic characteristics of students: October 1974 (Advance report)
United States. Bureau of the Census
|Series||Current population reports -- no. 278|
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Notes Abstract: ABSTRACT: Multiple issues that impact service delivery, such as changing student demographic characteristics, educational law and policy, and an increased focus on accountability for services, require school psychologists to adapt and acquire new professional skills in order to meet the needs of students and families. This book is dedicated to all those teachers who teach critically and with respect and love for their students, and with determination and hope for a more socially just future. School enrollment: Social and economic characteristics of students— October Current Population Reports. Washington, DC: U.S. Census Bureau.
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