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Making the Connection: Language and Academic Achievement Among African American Students (Language in Education 92) by  Orlando (editors)  Donna; Taylor - Paperback - 1999 - from House of Our Own Books (SKU: 005410)

Making the Connection: Language and Academic Achievement Among African American Students (Language in Education 92)

Making the Connection: Language and Academic Achievement Among African American Students (Language in Education 92) by  Orlando (editors)  Donna; Taylor - Paperback - 1999 - from House of Our Own Books (SKU: 005410)
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Making the Connection: Language and Academic Achievement Among African American Students (Language in Education 92)

by Adger, Carolyn Temple; Christian, Donna; Taylor, Orlando (editors)

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1887744428
ISBN 13
9781887744423
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McHenry, IL, U.S.A.: Delta System Co., 1999. Trade Paperback. Fine. This volume presents the proceedings of a conference on Language Diversity and Academic Achievement in the Education of African American Students, sponsored by the Coalition on Language Diversity in Schools, that brought together some 50 national leaders in language, education, and public policy around meeting the academic needs of African American students with respect to language variation (a bright, clean, tight copy in nearly perfect condition)

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Title
Making the Connection: Language and Academic Achievement Among African American Students (Language in Education 92)
Author
Adger, Carolyn Temple; Christian, Donna; Taylor, Orlando (editors)
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Trade Paperback
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Used - Fine
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
1887744428
ISBN 13
9781887744423
Publisher
Delta System Co.
Place of Publication
McHenry, IL, U.S.A.
Date Published
1999
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