Classroom Strategies for Helping At-Risk Students is essential reading for busy teachers who want to use high-quality research to guide their practice. It synthesizes the results of 118 studies of students at risk of failure and identifies six general strategies proven to be positive interventions. The book describes each strategy, analyzes the research, and offers implications for deciding how to use the strategies. A discussion guide helps readers directly connect the research to their own classrooms. Whether you're a new or experienced teacher, this authoritative book will deepen your understanding of effective teaching methods and help you work more successfully with low-performing students.