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Comprehensive Whole-School Reform Models

Students graduating in the 21st Century need knowledge and skills that the current factory model of schooling is simply not designed to deliver.  Piecemeal, fragmented approaches to reform are not powerful enough to create and sustain high performing schools that meet the needs of all students.

Comprehensive School Reform (CSR) models inspire and guide coherent improvements across all of the interconnected dimensions of school life that shape students’ learning experiences.

Innovations in leadership, school organization, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development provide educators with the tools and supports they need to identify student needs, close skill gaps, make learning engaging and relevant, and ensure all students are prepared for college and career.

CSR also support meaningful involvement of family, community, and business leaders, extending educational supports and opportunities for students beyond the school walls.

Schools can realize dramatic gains in student engagement, achievement, and advancement through strong implementation of comprehensive, evidence-based reforms.

MDRC Report on Talent Development High Schools

MDRC Report on Talent Development High Schools

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Talent Development Secondary

Talent Development Secondary

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