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    • "Sepc. 30. . . Tapped the furnace allout six o'dock A.M. 'l'he ~iietal run out and all gave thrce hearty cheers. When the metal was cold, on examination, was not found to be so ~ o o d might be wished and also of :I as vcry peculiar appearance....
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    • 'Utafi State '13oarc£ of 1(.egents '.J(em '.D. Gard'ner, Cli.airman '.DavUfS. 1vfonson, Lt. Governor '.Rilfpli. S. 'BWfwn 11\ '. '.J (u91its 'Brockfunk 'E. La1vfar 'Buckner J. Lynn '.Dot.19an Geor9e C. '.J{atcft 'Dona[£f 'B. '.}-(ofbrook 'l{efJa L....
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    • 'Utafi State 'Boarcf of ~e_gents Kem D. Gardner. Chairman David S. Monson, Lt. Governor Ralph S. Blackham W. Hughes Brockbank E. LaMar Buckner J . Lynn Dougan George C. Hatch Donald B. Holbrook Reba L. Keele Mary D. Lunt Ernest D. Mariani Neal A....
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    • · Utah State Board of Regents Sue Marie Young, Chairman Marvin J. Ashton Elva M. Barnes Charles W. Bullen Douglas S. Foxley John B. Goddard W. Eugene Hansen Kenneth l. Harvey Donald B. Holbrook A. Dean Jeffs Reba l. Keele Clifford S. LeFevre Wayne...
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    • 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Background and Justification One of the biggest challenges faced by the classroom teacher is motivating pupils who are disconnected from their schoolwork. Academically they have tuned out. This is especially true for...
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    • 10 fueled considerable anxiety around school board members and administrators, many of who had farm or small town backgrounds. Enthusiastic supporters were drawn to the promise of school gardens not only as a way to better implement nature study...
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    • 10 school years (p. 316). The more school days and instruction that are missed, the further students fall behind, which leads to a higher chance of dropping out and not completing a K-12 education (Mahoney, 2015). This notion of early attendance...
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    • 102 roughly 253 visitors per 100 inhabitants (Statistics Austria, 2010). Tourism contributes significantly to the national income and employment level. The current share of tourism-induced gross value added has topped 10% of GDP as of 2008...
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    • 105 There are several important factors to consider when promoting a destination image. For example, when an image is projected by the local tourism industry it should be anchored to some extent on a true destination identity. This strategy...
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    • 11 instruction makes use of meaningful repetition, effective instruction increases the depth of students’ vocabulary knowledge, effective instruction fosters independence” (p. 77-79). Reading Programs and Interventions Involving ELLs While...
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    • 12 attendance that is neither punitive nor rewards based. Many schools routinely display monthly attendance graphs and reports for parents and others who enter the building. These help to make everyone aware of the school attendance goals and serve a...
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    • 12 requires more than a standardized form” (2002, p. 47). Guskey promoted portfolio development or hands-on role playing to implement learned practices. Teachers’ level of learning undoubtedly supersedes the elements of Level 1, in that despite...
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    • 12 were paired with master teachers and then given extra training related to interventions that successfully worked with at-risk students (Henderson-Sparks, Paredes, and Gonzalez, 2002). These student teachers taught in lower socio-economic areas,...
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    • 13 Several studies cited within “The Importance of Being in School” highlight the specific impacts of chronic absences (Balfanz and Byrnes, 2012). Data gathered on a national level showed that chronic absences in kindergarten directly impacted...
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    • 14 believed by Radcliffe and Stephens (2008) that at-risk students may not become adequately prepared for any post-secondary training unless schools join forces with parents and other bodies to promote post-secondary education. The researchers...
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    • 15 students that had previously given up to learn what was necessary to graduate and move on with their lives. The teachers were a key factor to allowing the curriculum to work for the student and discover alternatives for making learning work. One...
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    • 17 resilience be taught? Absolutely, it can. The belief that resiliency can be taught, applies specifically to this research study as students in the AVID program have faced high-risk situations but have risen above and thrive despite their...
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    • 2 Austria‘s economy, it is necessary for Austria‘s tourism authorities to stay current with trends and compete with the industry‘s leading destination countries. The World Tourism Organization reports that the top three European...
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    • 2 prepare for their future. Christenson and Thurlow (2004) found that the cost of dropouts is "estimated in the billions of dollars in lost revenues, welfare programs, unemployment programs, underemployment, and crime prevention and prosecution"...

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