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Mary Fulton

Latino College Completion in 50 States - 0 views

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    Includes fact sheets detailing the current status of college completion among Latinos in each state. Each fact sheet includes state-level data on the population, representation among K-12 students, educational attainment of adults, multiple measures of equity gaps in degree attainment, and examples of promising practices for improving Latino college completion. (Excelencia in Education, April 2012)
Mary Fulton

High School Feedback: An Analysis of States' Current Efforts - 0 views

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    Summarizes states' efforts to provide information on success of K-12 students after high school, such as postsecondary enrollment, remediation, persistence and degree completion. (Data Quality Campaign, December 2011)
Mary Fulton

Task Force Calls for Big Changes in Alaska Education System - 0 views

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    Article mentions a task force's recommendations that cover P-20 issues and include mandating a high school diploma or equivalency for everyone under age 21. The recommendations aim to better prepare students for success in college or careers. A final report is due to the legislature by April 1. (Anchorage Daily News, 03/10/11)
Bruce Vandal

KY Council on Postsecondary Education Opinion Editorial: Working Together to Improve Co... - 1 views

  • 92 percent graduation rate and an average GPA for its graduating seniors of 2.8 (slightly above the district average). When tested, however, 67 percent of their graduates were not ready to take freshman math, 57 percent were not ready to take freshman English, and 41.5 percent were not ready to for college-level reading.
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    Opinion piece from KY CPE Bob King on the results of the recently released High School Feedback reports showing high percentages of high school graduates requiring remedial education.
Mary Fulton

Getting K-12 into the Discussion of College Completion - 0 views

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    Articles discusses why and how K-12 -- especially high schools -- and higher education must work more closely to prepare students for college and to increase completion rates.

    (Education Week, 12/16/10)
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