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Ruby K. Payne


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Average rating: 3.9 · 6,431 ratings · 837 reviews · 40 distinct worksSimilar authors
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Emotional Poverty in all de...

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Discipline Strategies for t...

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Crossing the Tracks for Lov...

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Under-Resourced Learners: 8...

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Hidden Rules of Class at Work

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Understanding Learning: The...

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Working with Parents Buildi...

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“Vocabulary words are the building blocks of the internal learning structure. Vocabulary is also the tool to better define a problem, seek more accurate solutions, etc.”
Ruby K. Payne, Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities

“To move from poverty to middle class or middle class to wealth, an individual must give up relationships for achievement (at least for some period of time). The issue is time; there is not enough time to have both.”
Ruby K. Payne, Framework for Understanding Poverty: A Cognitive Approach

“The nearly uniform advantages received by the children of the college-educated professionals suggest the evolution of an increasingly distinct subculture in American society, one in which adults routinely transmit to their offspring the symbolic thinking and confident problem solving that mark the adults' economic activities and that are so difficult for outsiders to acquire in mid-life. A trend toward separation into subcultures jeopardizes the upward mobility that has given this nation greatness and presages the tragedy of downward mobility that produces increasing numbers of working poor. If this trend is to be reversed, a beginning must be made now. The issue is no longer one of eradicating poverty or of putting welfare recipients to work but of reversing a trend, the downward drift of the working class.”
Ruby K. Payne, Bridges Out of Poverty

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