Research Brief: High School Reform and Afterschool programs
Posted by on December 8, 2008
High School Reform and High School Afterschool: A Common Purpose. With a job market that requires nearly all workers to have a high school diploma, America faces a huge challenge with the dropout crisis. This brief examines the potential role high school afterschool could play in decreasing dropout rates, undertaking the achievement gap, and keeping kids on track towards successful futures. Details: http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/issue_23_high_school.cfm
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