School Improvement

Engaging the Disengaged: How Schools Can Help Struggling Students Succeed (Corwin Press) by Dr. Lois Brown Easton Dr. Easton directs the reader to the moral imperative of educating all students, specifically those students needing the most help. They are the “dis” kids: disinterested, disappointed, disenchanted, discredited, disenfranchised. This book describes practices and changes that educators have made to the culture of schools to better serve all learners, especially those who are disengaged. Easton’s book, Engaging the Disengaged, is an outstanding contribution with a potential to influence educational practices.


Engaging the disengaged : how schools can help struggling students succeed / Lois Brown Easton.  Thousand Oaks, CA : Corwin Press, c2008.   Education Library:  LB2822.82  .E27 2008