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This paper presents a theoretically based analysis for promoting the prevalence of academic resilience in low socioeconomic children, using teachers as a protective factor to facilitate other internal protective factors. Analyzing previous research studies regarding academic resilience, poverty, gender stereotypes, and the student-teacher relationship, a comprehensive understanding of how these factors relate to one another has been explored. Suggestions for the benefits of student-teacher relationships as a protective factor are discussed.
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Becerra, Renee, "Striving to Thrive: Utilizing Teachers as a Protective Factor for Promoting Academic Resilience in Low Socioeconomic Elementary School Children" (2012). Senior Projects Spring 2012. 129.
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