Education Accommodation

This paper is a research proposal to analyze education accommodation for at-risk populations, including educational opportunities, and the importance of establishing positive relationships outside of the home to continuing education.

This paper proposes examining the premise that students are at risk for a negative outcome, and their success is reliant upon the ability of educators to promote motivation, achievement, and self-confidence in an educational setting. The author states that the research design utilized for this study is primarily observational, involving historical practices, sampling of high school students, and using variables that include the climate under which students learning best. The paper points out that a critical factor for success in this study involves the ability of the researcher to gather information related to the students’ perceptions of what factors are necessary for achievement.

Table of Content
Statement of the Problem
Aims of the Investigation
Research Questions
Literature Review
Research Design/Methodology
Reliability and Validity
Approach to Data Analysis
Too often the blame is placed on the child, rather than on the school. Educators should be asking the question, Is the school at risk of failing the child?. Far too often minority student’s end up being underrepresented in academic programs designed to prepare students for postsecondary education. For example, African American adolescent’s academic performance is typically significantly less that that of white children, with a majority of African-American students performing as much as fourth grade levels below average in the fields of math and science.