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Building A College Readiness Indicator System: Progress in the Dallas Independent School District

Building A College Readiness Indicator System: Progress in the Dallas Independent School District
 

The Dallas Independent School District has been one of the pioneers nationally in creating a systemic district-wide initiative to develop measurable indicators of college readiness at the individual, school, and district level and to build the leadership commitment, data infrastructure, adult capacity, supports, interventions, and outreach efforts to increase college readiness and college access for historically underrepresented students.

Johns Hopkins School of Education Everyone Graduates Center researchers,  Martha Abele Mac Iver, Douglas J. Mac Iver, and Emily Clark, conducted this case study in 2014 and 2015 with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to document Dallas Independent School District’s recent progress in continuing to develop and sustain its College Readiness Indicator System.

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Follow this link to download the PDF of the final report.

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