New All4Ed Report Asks Congress to Allow Federal Pell Grants to Support High School Students Press ReleaseApril 26, 2018
Early College High Schools (ECHSs) and dual-enrollment programs allow students to take college courses while still in high school. Research shows that students participating in these programs are more likely to enroll in college, post higher college grade point averages, persist, and ultimately graduate from college. Too often, however, costs associated with these courses are prohibitive for students from low- and middle-income families.
Legislation in Support of Early College High Schools Report/Fact SheetMarch 25, 2009
Agenda: Setting the Stage for New High Schools: Expanding Alternatives to High School to Ensure That All Students Become College and Work Ready Report/Fact SheetJuly 10, 2008
Every Child a Graduate: A Framework for an Excellent Education for all Middle and High School Students Transcript Report/Fact SheetSeptember 24, 2002
Report Release: Every Child A Graduate: A Framework For An Excellent Education For All Middle And High School Students Webinar/EventSeptember 24, 2002
Every Child A Graduate argues that America sorely needs a cohesive, coherent national policy to help the six million middle and high school students now at serious risk of failure. These are students who have been left behind in the educational reforms of the last decade, reforms that have primarily focused on the youngest children.