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According to our textbook, in 1992 the number of violent deaths to school children in grades K-12 was (Points : 2) 13. 20. 48. 56
K-12, a term used in education and educational technology in the United States, Canada, and possibly other countries, is a short form for the publicly-supported school grades prior to college. [ [ These grades are kindergarten (K) and the 1st through the 12th grade (1-12). (If the term were used, "13th grade" would be the first year of college.) ] ]
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User: According to our textbook, in 1992 the number of violent deaths to school children in grades K-12 was (Points : 2) 13. 20. 48. 56

Weegy: K-12, a term used in education and educational technology in the United States, Canada, and possibly other countries, is a short form for the publicly-supported school grades prior to college. [ [ These grades are kindergarten (K) and the 1st through the 12th grade (1-12). (If the term were used, "13th grade" would be the first year of college.) ] ]
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User: Child-rearing patterns vary by social class. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: TRUE. Child-rearing patterns vary by social class.
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User: According to our textbook, today, the national average for the SAT verbal score is 543. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: According to our textbook, today, the national average for the SAT verbal score is 543. This is False
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User: Education is undergoing vast changes in Industrializing Nations. In many ways we can say that formal education reflects a nation's economy. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: Education is undergoing vast changes in Industrializing Nations. In many ways we can say that formal education reflects a nation's economy is TRUE.
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User: Education is undergoing vast changes in Industrializing Nations. In many ways we can say that formal education reflects a nation's economy. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: Education is undergoing vast changes in Industrializing Nations. In many ways we can say that formal education reflects a nation's economy is TRUE.
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User: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is to create an effective learning environment and provide basic security for students. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is to create an effective learning environment and provide basic security for students. The answer is True.
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A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is to create an effective learning environment and provide basic security for students. (Points : 2) True False
Weegy: Answer: True Understanding the priority for solving problems of those who don't do as well Here’s the framework for my answer: what is the most important problem to solve in working on all of the problems of education? Where should we devote most [ of our resources? The problem of education is so connected to so many other issues. Let me try to give you some examples. We know that income and parental education are the best predictors of children’s success. This doesn’t mean that these are causes of children’s success, but that they are strongly related. How might income and parental education affect children's education? Well, if you are wealthier, you can purchase better schools that have access to more resources; whose teachers have more education and are more up to date on effective teaching methods; and where the environmental conditions (access to windows, teaching tools, the environment itself) expose the kids to a wider range of data. Similarly, parental education probably prepares parents to support their children's education in a number of ways. These might include parental tutoring; parents exposing kids to learning opportunities (travel, etc); a value on education; music lessons, gymnastics lessons, math tutoring, computer clubs, etc, etc. When the child needs help, the parent is equipped to provide it. So what happens when things go wrong for kids? What happens to children from poor, single parent, families? The kid lives in a home with a single mother, who may be a drug user, has, at best, a low-paying job, say cleaning houses, and they live in a home with a leaky room, no heat, cockroaches and trash everywhere. The mom has no time or energy to prepare meals and the kids come to school hungry. They may not have slept because they've been fighting cockroaches, or even the mom's boyfriends all night. If they have homework, the mom has no time or energy or skill to help them with the homework, and even if they see the mom, she ... (More)
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