Publication Date: January 2008
Publisher: Jobs for the Future, Inc.
Author(s): Katie Bayerl; Susan Goldberger
Research Area: Education
Keywords: math achievement; University Park Campus School; high school standards
One of the most persistent inequities in U.S. education is the gap in math achievement along income and race lines. Yet some secondary schools "beat the odds," producing consistently strong math performance with students who likely would fail in traditional settings. Beating the Odds highlights overlooked obstacles to raising math achievement and describe the key characteristics of model schools that are rising to the challenge. JFF prepared this report for the Carnegie-IAS Commission on Mathematics and Science Education.
Learn how to upload your organization's valuable work into PolicyArchive and share your works with researchers and policymakers around the world.