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Everyone Graduates Center  // Posts tagged as "Everyone Graduates Center"

The Everyone Graduates Center Seeks a New Senior Program Officer

The Everyone Graduates Center Seeks a New Senior Program Officer

The Everyone Graduates Center (EGC) at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education seeks a new Senior Program Officer to direct one or more of the EGC’s programs focused on secondary school improvement and redesign. This position will lead projects within the School Design and Improvement Division (SDID), a joint effort of EGC and City Year. […]

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EdNext Podcast: Supporting Social and Emotional Development to Boost Academic Success

EdNext Podcast: Supporting Social and Emotional Development to Boost Academic Success

April 10, 2019 Some believe that growing interest in social and emotional learning is just a distraction from the academic mission of schools, but Robert Balfanz argues that only by educating the whole child can schools prepare students for adult success. Today Marty West talks with Balfanz about why he thinks social and emotional learning […]

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Should Schools Embrace Social Emotional Learning?

Should Schools Embrace Social Emotional Learning?

Calls for schools to pay heed to children’s social and emotional learning have proliferated in recent years. Is the current enthusiasm for educating the “whole learner” a much-needed correction to the narrow concentration on academic skills in the modern reform era? Or is it a misguided retreat from academic rigor and an attempt to sidestep […]

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Boston Opportunity Agenda report validates College, Career and Life Readiness metrics, and connections between high school course work, college and career success

Boston Opportunity Agenda report validates College, Career and Life Readiness metrics, and connections between high school course work, college and career success

Report tracking Boston Public Schools students finds high GPA, MassCore curriculum and attendance are predictors of success after graduation. The latest report, College, Career and Life Readiness: A Look at High School Indicators of Post-Secondary Outcomes in Boston, by Robert Blafanz and Vaughan Byrnes in partnership with the Boston Opportunity Agenda and Boston Public Schools, […]

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Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence

Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence

The Everyone Graduates Center and Attendance Works are pleased to partner on Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence. More than seven million students nationwide are chronically absent from school – missing so much school, for any reason, that they are academically at risk. Starting as early as preschool and kindergarten, chronic absence […]

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2017 Building a Grad Nation Report

2017 Building a Grad Nation Report

2017 BGN Exec Summary vFINAL The 2017 Building a Grad Nation: Progress and Challenge in Ending the High School Graduation Rates report is co-authored by Jennifer DePaoli, John Bridgeland, Matthew Atwell, and Erin S. Ingram of Civic Enterprises and Robert Balfanz and his team at the Everyone Graduates Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of […]

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Closing the College Gap: A Roadmap to Postsecondary Readiness and Attainment

Closing the College Gap: A Roadmap to Postsecondary Readiness and Attainment

In just over a decade, the nation witnessed a 77 percent increase in associate degrees and a 51 percent increase in bachelor’s degrees – debunking the notion that high school completion is not leading to college completion, according to new research from Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of […]

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The Education of Omarina – The Story Continues

The Education of Omarina – The Story Continues

In PART THREE of The Education of Omarina, FRONTLINE continues the story they have been following since 2012. The story shows how an innovative program to stem the high school dropout crisis has affected one girl’s journey, from a public middle school in the Bronx to an elite New England private school, and now on to college. Watch part three […]

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Preventing Missed Opportunity: Taking Collective Action to Confront Chronic Absence

Preventing Missed Opportunity: Taking Collective Action to Confront Chronic Absence

Chronic absence is a national crisis that cannot be ignored. A day lost to school absenteeism is a day lost to learning. It is a challenge affecting learning in nearly every state. This brief, a partnering between Attendance Works and the Everyone Graduates Center, builds on the first national chronic absence data set from the U.S. […]

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For All Kids, How Kentucky is Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Low-Income Students

For All Kids, How Kentucky is Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Low-Income Students

For All Kids, How Kentucky is Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Low-income Students, takes an in-depth look at the state’s campaign to bring educational equity to all students. Despite an above-average poverty level, Kentucky is a leader in closing the gap between the number of low-income and non-low-income graduates, and has one of […]

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