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SGA substantial gainful activity, sSA, social Security Administration, sSI.
The three principle program elements are direct instruction in reading comprehension, story-related activities, and integrated language arts/writing instruction.
Outcome measures included performance on reading comprehension, reading vocabulary, language expression, and language mechanics subtests from the CAT.Stevens, Robert., and Scott Durkin, Using Student Team Reading and Student Team Writing in Middle Schools: Two evaluations (Report.Top Probable Implementers Public and private elementary schools Top Funding No information on circ funding available at this time.This study addresses the issue of whether a standardized health-related quality of life questionnaire, the SF-36, can be used independently as a screen predicting primary care elderly patients needs for social work assessment.The actual number entering 1619(b) status is likely to be larger because people leave 1619(b) status for various reasons, including death, returning to cash payments, not using Medicaid services and, rarely, for earning amounts exceeding the state 1619(b) threshold.Outcome measures at 12 weeks included performance on reading comprehension, reading vocabulary, spelling, language expression, and language mechanics subtests on the CAT.



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Implications for social work practice and policy are presented.
Additional analyses of students race and gender did not indicate a differential program impact on racial/ethnic minorities or on students of either gender.
The second uses data from the NBS to better understand the challenges and experiences beneficiaries encounter as they attempt to reduce their dependence on Social Security cash benefits through work.
To examine different types of barriers to beneficiary employment, SSA is conducting a number of demonstrations, including bond, the Youth Transition Demonstration, the Accelerated Benefits Demonstration, and the Mental Health Treatment Study.Slavin, and Anne Marie Farnish, A Cooperative Learning Approach to Elementary Reading and Writing Instruction: Long-Term Effects (Report.In the DI program, work does not immediately affect cash benefits.(1989) study of 529 students in grades 2 through 6 also found favorable results for the treatment group.About 60 percent of TTW participants who worked during a 3-year period left at least one job, and poor health was the reason cited most frequently.Factors that Influence Elders Decisions to Formulate Advance Directives Moore, Crystal Dea Sherman, Susan.Measurement of individual students contributions to their teams are based on quiz scores and independently written compositions.The student subsample consisted of six pairs of students (one from the treatment group and one from the control group in each pair) from each class.To estimate a lower bound, we can use the annual increase in 1619(b) participation (averaging about.06 percent during 19982006).Year, number of recipients aged 18(b) participants a Suspended for excess income (age 1864 only) Terminated for excess income (age 1864 only) Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent 1987 2,118,710 15,632.,202,714 15,625.,301,926 18,254.,449,897 23,517.,641,524 27,264.,910,016 31,649.,148,413 35,299.,335,255 40,683.22.



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3, the Disability Policy Panel, convened by the National Academy of Social Insurance, conceived the performance-based reimbursement and expanded beneficiary-choice features of TTW in 1993 (Mashaw and Reno 1996).
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