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Author(s):Foley, E.M., Klinge, A., and Reisner, E.R.
Title:Evaluation of new century high schools: Profile of an initiative to create and sustain small, successful high schools
Source:http://www.newvisions.org/schools/downloads/PSA...
Date:2007
Organization:Policy Studies Associates, Inc. & New Visions for Public Schools
Short Description:This is an evaluation report relative to student outcomes in 75 New Century High Schools in New York City. The evaluation found that these new, smaller schools did have higher on-time graduation rates than larger New York City schools with comparable student populations.
Annotation:This is an evaluation report relative to student outcomes in 75 New Century High Schools in New York City. The evaluation found that these new, smaller schools did have higher on-time graduation rates than larger New York City schools with comparable student populations.
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