This study from American Youth Policy Forum and Pathways to College Network looks at curriculum development in high school. Specifically, it looks at how high schools can align their curriculum more closely with college expectations and requirements. Likewise, it looks at how reforms in the social support can help within the academic organizations as well.
Martinez, M., & Klopott, S. (2005). The link between high school reform and college access and success for low-income and minority youth. Washington, DC: American Youth Policy Forum.
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|Specific Institutional Characteristics of Interest||Bachelors-granting|
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