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Author(s):Johns Hopkins University
Title:Talent Development High Schools
Short Description:The Talent Development High School is a comprehensive reform model for large high schools facing serious problems with student attendance, discipline, achievement scores, and dropout rates.
Annotation:The Talent Development High School is a comprehensive reform model for large high schools facing serious problems with student attendance, discipline, achievement scores, and dropout rates. The model includes organizational and management changes to establish a positive school climate; curricular and instructional innovations to prepare all students for high-level courses in math and English; parent and community involvement to encourage college awareness; and professional development to support the recommended reforms.
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Associated Keywords:
College Access
High School
High School Dropouts
High School Graduation
Low-Income Students
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement
Preparation/College Readiness
School Reform
Teaching/Teacher Quality

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