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Author(s):Martinez, M., and Klopott, S
Title:The link between high school reform and college access and success for low-income and minority youth
Source:http://www.aypf.org/publications/HSReformColleg...
Date:2005
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Short Description:This paper examines school reform models through the lens of how well they address known predictors of college-going behavior.
Annotation:This paper is an updated version of a study completed by the same authors in 2002. It examines school reform models through the lens of how well they address known predictors of college-going behavior. The report also makes seven recommendations to help high school change efforts improve their impact on the college access and success of underserved students.
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College Access
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Evaluation
High School
Low-Income Students
Minority/Race/Ethnicity
Policy
School Reform
Student Success

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