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A comprehensive approach to achieve real and lasting change with urban students! In high-poverty, urban, minority classrooms, teachers often struggle to engage their students emotionally, intellectually, and behaviorally. This book provides a cohesive framework to guide teachers in developing supportive learning environments that sustain student engagement. This book includes: Classroom vignettes from the author's experience, as well as from a fourth, seventh, and tenth grade teacher A comprehensive approach to creating an engaging learning experience, from planning and instruction to considering the emotional, behavioral, and cognitive components of engagement Research and ideas addressing the unique needs and issues of high-poverty, urban, minority classrooms