The Impacts of Philadelphia's Accelerated Schools on Academic Progress and Graduation
Publisher: Cambridge, MA: Mathematica Policy Research
Nov 23, 2010
This report evaluates the impacts of Philadelphia’s accelerated schools—alternative high schools serving students at high risk of dropping out—on enrollees’ graduation rates and on rates of credit accumulation for recent enrollees.
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