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Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett (possibly still Alice Brush at this point) to her brother Charles F., Sr., regarding thanks for a check.
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett to her brother Charles F., Sr., about a check she forgot to mail him that morning as well as complaining about the high taxes in her area and Charles' potential visit to Alice.
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett to her brother Charles F., Sr., regarding a check he sent her, missing the rest of her family, and maybe relating something regarding Edna being sick with the measles.
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett to her brother Charles F., Sr., regarding her dream about the family, and how she looked forward to seeing Charles at New Castle later.
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett to her brother Charles F., Sr., regarding a recently received check from Charles, the weather where she is, and her desire to travel
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett to her brother Charles F., Sr., thanking him for a check she received that morning, and hoping he will come to visit her soon, for an upcoming event.
Handwritten letter from Alice Barrett (daughter of Charles’s sister Alice Barrett) to her uncle Charles F., Sr., expressing sympathy over his illness, mentioning her mother’s condition and how clear her mind was, and discussing the weather.
Studies show math achievement to be the best predictor of entering post-secondary education. However, less is known about the predictors of math achievement, particularly among immigrant youth. This study examined English proficiency and peer interethnic relations as predictors of mathematics achievement among Latino and Asian high school students, postulating an interaction between the predictors and mediation by academic motivation. A multilevel moderated-mediation model was used to analyze data from a national sample of 2,113 non-native English speaking Latino and Asian students attending high school in the U.S. We found that higher academic motivation mediated the relationship between English proficiency during their sophomore year and gains in senior math achievement scores for both Asian and Latino students. For Latino students h...
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