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A Survey of Perceptions of At-Risk Students by Florida Secondary School Band Directors

  title={A Survey of Perceptions of At-Risk Students by Florida Secondary School Band Directors},
  author={Shelby Rawn Chipman},

A Mixed Methods Portrait of Urban Instrumental Music Teaching

The purpose of this mixed methods study was to learn about the ways that instrumental music teachers in Chicago navigated the urban landscape. The design of the study most closely resembles Creswell



The Lost Student found

Electronic music holds appeal for at-risk students at the high school level. Anne D. Modugno uses electronic music composition as a key to success for at-risk students.

The Social Contexts of Tutoring: Mentoring the Older At-Risk Student.

This qualitative research study targeted fourth grade at-risk children in a culturally diverse elementary school in a mid-sized city in the southwestern United States. The purpose of the study was to

Music, At-Risk Students, and the Missing Piece

At-risk students are those who are unlikely to succeed in traditional school settings. Guest editor Scott C. Shuler introduces this month's special focus and explains how music instruction can meet

Working Together for Reliable School Reform

In this article we summarize major findings from diverse, multiyear studies conducted by the Systemic and Policy Research team of the Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed At Risk.

World Music in the Instrumental Program

In a time of increasing exposure to other cultures, Will Schmid offers valuable ideas and insights for incorporating multicultural music and instruments into the classroom and practice room.

Alternative Schools: Providing a Safety Net in Our High Schools To Cope with the At-Risk Student Challenge.

Results indicate that the program was able to help high school students who exhibited attendance, behavioral, and social problems that limited their ability to succeed in the regular school environment.

Cultural Consciousness in Teaching General Music

The challenge to teach music from a multicultural perspective can seem overwhelming. Patricia Shehan Campbell explains why the multicultural approach is important and, with her associates Edwin

What Have We Learned about Building Student Interest?

In this overview of recent research on music listening, Steve Hedden presents some ideas that may help teachers improve listening instruction in their classrooms.

Music Performance Program Enrollment and Course Availability for Educationally Disadvantaged versus Non-Educationally Disadvantaged High School Students in Texas

The purpose of this study was to measure music performance program enrollments and course availability for educationally disadvantaged and non-educationally disadvantaged groups (grades 9-12) in

Encouraging Musical Risks for Learning Success

How can music educators help at-risk children succeed, both in music class and in the outside world? Larry Scripp and Joan Meyaard describe what they have learned through research conducted at