Student Characteristics and Outcomes in Alternative and Neighborhood High Schools in Philadelphia
Publisher: Cambridge, MA: Mathematica Policy Research
Apr 14, 2010
This report presents descriptive analyses of the enrollment patterns, background characteristics, test scores, and graduation rates of students enrolled in three types of public high schools in Philadelphia: alternative disciplinary schools; alternative accelerated schools for students who struggled academically in regular public high schools; and regular, neighborhood-zoned high schools.
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