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Degree of Educational Difficulty and Resource Requirements

Scope and nature of challenges

To successfully confront the graduation rate crisis, policy makers, educators and communities need to understand the scope and nature of the challenges that must be overcome. These include the degree of educational difficulty that schools with large numbers of dropouts face, and the level and types of resources that they have to meet these challenges. It also includes good information on the cost of effective interventions and the gap between available resources and needs. Everyone Graduates Center researchers are working on both these issues.

The Academic Impacts of Career and Technical Schools: A Case Study of a Large Urban School District

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Learning What it Takes

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Putting Middle Grades Students on the Graduation Path: A Policy and Practice Brief

Putting Middle Grades Students on the Graduation Path: A Policy and Practice Brief

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Do We Have What It Takes To Put All Students on the Graduation Path?

Do We Have What It Takes To Put All Students on the Graduation Path?

Two years ago a young man named Vic Fenner attended our Baltimore Talent Development High ...

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