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Author(s):Payne, R
Title:Understanding and working with students and adults from poverty
Short Description:Identifies and examines a framework for working with students and adults from generational poverty.
Annotation:This paper identifies and examines a framework for working with students and adults from generational poverty. "Hidden rules" that differ between socioeconomic groups are identified, highlighting differences in cognitive functioning, learning styles, mental,physical, and emotional resources, and support systems between wealthy, middle class, and impoverished students.
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Associated Keywords:
Adult Students
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students

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