The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is an advanced course of study that spans all four years of high school and research finds that participation can boost high school graduation rates for students from low-income families. This fact sheet examines IB’s impact in Chicago Public Schools and guides state and district leaders through various questions they should answer when implementing the IB program.
Fact Sheet: International Baccalaureate
Advocacy | Career and Technical Education, College and Career Pathways, Federal Education Budget, US Department of Education
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