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Minding the gap : why integrating high school with college makes sense and how to do it / [edited by] Nancy Hoffman... [et al.]
Alternate Title Why integrating high school with college makes sense and how to do it
Cambridge, MA : Harvard Education Press, 2007
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  LB1626 .M56 2007    AVAILABLE
 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 378.0973 MIN    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Articulation (Education) -- United States
Education, Secondary -- United States
Education, Higher -- United States
Physical Description ix, 319 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-299) and index
Contents Confessions of an education fundamentalist: why grade 12 is not the right end point for anyone / Anthony P. Carnevale -- Doing the math: what it means to double the number of low-income college graduates / Susan Goldberger -- Common ground / Andrea Venezia, Joni Finney, and Patrick M. Callan -- The history of the separation of K-12 and postsecondary education / Michael W. Kirst and Michael D. Usdan -- A college-ready nation: an idea whose time has come / Kristin D. Conklin and Stefanie Sanford -- Raising expectations for academic achievement / Stan Jones -- Alignment of high school expectations to college and work / Christine Tell and Michael Cohen -- All one system: the promise of O*Net / Anthony P. Carnevale -- Challenges in the transition from high school to college / David Conley -- Sending signals to students: the role of early placement testing in improving academic preparation / Bridget Terry Long and Erin K. Riley -- The California Early Assessment Program: implications for states in developing readiness agendas / David Spence -- Lessons from the field: a tale of two early college high schools / Cecilla Cunningham and Roberta S. Matthews -- Another route to college / Terry Grobe -- Combining middle and high school to improve college success / Dan Restuccia -- CUNY college now: extending the reach of dual enrollment / Tracy Meada and Eric Hofmann -- Academic identity development: student experiences in two early college high schools / Michael J. Nakkula and Karen C. Foster -- Secondary-postsecondary learning opportunities: some promising practices / Jennifer Brown Lerner and Betsy Brand -- Creating pathways for struggling students within a 9-14 system / Adria Steinberg and Cheryl Almeida -- State policies that support the integration of 9-14: the case of early college high schools / Joel Vargas -- Return on investment analysis of integrating grades 9-14 / Robert Palaich, John Augenblick, and Margaretha Maloney -- Using dual enrollment to build a 9-14 system / Nancy Hoffman -- Evolution of an innovation: a commentary on the state of accelerated learning / Travis Reindl -- Exploring education reform systemically: the United Kingdom's Nuffield 14-19 review / Geoff Haywood -- Postsecondary numerical goals as catalyst for P-16 reform: Texas sends a message / Michael Collins -- Assessing and reporting progress: Florida's integrated data systems / Jay Pfeiffer -- Data requirements for a coherent P-16 system / Chrys Dougherty and Lynn Mellor -- Seamless data systems to promote student progression / Peter T. Ewell -- Developing a P-20 budget tool: giving direction to Oregon public education / Jill Kirk, John Tapogna, and Duncan Wyse -- Financing higher aspirations and better preparation / Arthur M. Hauptman -- Integrating public finance into strategies for improving preparation, college enrollment, and persistence / Edward P. St. John
Summary "Minding the gap argues that in today's highly competitive, global economy, all young people need a postsecondary education. Yet only one in ten students from the lowest economic quintile in the United States currently earns a postsecondary credential. This timely and instructive book explores policies and practices that would quickly enable a larger number of low-income and first-generation college students to earn postsecondary degrees. In doing so, Minding the gap calls for a system that thoroughly integrates secondary and postsecondary education -- a system in which a college degree is the goal for all students." -- P. [4] of cover
NOTE Gift from an anonymous donor, 2010
Series SOE Curriculum Lab
Alternate Author Hoffman, Nancy

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