Education and the Economy: Boosting State and Local Economies by Improving High School Graduation Rates Report/Fact SheetJuly 01, 2011
Every student deserves an education that prepares them for success beyond high school.
Prioritizing the Nation’s Lowest-Performing High Schools Report/Fact SheetApril 12, 2010
It points out that the nation’s lowest-performing high schools may be diverse in size and geographic location, but most all of these schools disproportionally serve low-income students and students of color.
Preparing Students for College and Career: Linked Learning in California Report/Fact SheetMarch 05, 2010
Linked Learning seeks to bridge the college-career divide that has long characterized the American education system.
Understanding High School Graduation Rates (Updated) Report/Fact SheetJuly 29, 2009
Far too many of our high school students—particularly poor and minority students—are leaving school without a high school diploma.
Preparing Students for College and Career: California Multiple Pathways Report/Fact SheetJune 30, 2009
To prepare students for success in life, the twenty-first-century American high school needs to shift its focus from preparing for college or career to achieving college and career readiness for every student.
Facts For Education Advocates: Price of College and Financial Aid (copublished with the College Board) Report/Fact SheetDecember 02, 2008
The fourth in a multi-issue series provides a “Facts for Education Advocates” feature focusing on the price of college and financial aid.
Facts For Education Advocates: The Economic Impact of Education (copublished with the College Board) Report/Fact SheetSeptember 01, 2008
The second in a multi-issue series. After a summer hiatus, the series continues with a “Facts for Education Advocates” feature in this edition discussing some of the economic benefits of education.