Middle Grade Indicators of Readiness in Chicago Public Schools
Published: November 2014
By: UChicago CCSR Elaine M. Allensworth, Julia A. Gwynne, Paul Moore, and Marisa de la Torre.
Across the country, policymakers are raising the expectations for educational attainment. With changes to the economy resulting in dire economic prospects for high school dropouts, high school graduation has become a necessity. In fact, high school graduation is no longer considered sufficient; policymakers are calling on the nation’s schools to graduate all students ready for college and careers.
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