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Study: Nearly One in Three Recent High School Graduates Unemployed

Study: Nearly One in Three Recent High School Graduates Unemployed | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
At a time of life normally suffused with hope and energy, 22-year-old Evelyn De Jesus has little to be optimistic about.

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Money, planning, work ethic, social media: Four common mistakes high school & college graduates make

Money, planning, work ethic, social media: Four common mistakes high school & college graduates make | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
Graduates at both the high school and college levels can easily get lost in the complexities of money management, planning and work ethic. But let's start with the big one.

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California to Offer 'Seal of Biliteracy' to High School Graduates

California to Offer 'Seal of Biliteracy' to High School Graduates | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
In California, where the voter-approved initiative Proposition 227 (passed in 1998) has all but ended bilingual education in public schools, a new state 'seal of biliteracy' has been established by the legislature and Gov.

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Only 16 percent of Michigan high school graduates 'college-ready'

Only 16 percent of Michigan high school graduates 'college-ready' | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it

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We can and must do better! Degrees of failure: Many high school graduates are unprepared - The JHU Gazette

We can and must do better! Degrees of failure: Many high school graduates are unprepared - The JHU Gazette | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
Degrees of failure: Many high school graduates are unpreparedThe JHU GazetteEither path places them at risk for failure.” DeLuca and Deil-Amen's study, “The Underserved Third: How Our Educational Structures Populate an Educational Underclass,” was...

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How college and career ready are the 2012 ACT-tested high school graduates?

How college and career ready are the 2012 ACT-tested high school graduates? | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it

Using the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks and ACT® test scores, The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2012 provides a series of graphical pictures highlighting the college and career readiness of the ACT-tested high school class of 2012.

 

What's the connection between Common Core State Standards and  performance on the ACT test?


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Home, school, and community factors that contribute to the educational resilience of urban, African American high school graduates from low-income, single-parent families

The purpose of this qualitative research study was to explore the ways in which the family, school, and community environments contribute to the academic success of urban, African American high school graduates from low-income, single-parent...

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Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared - Washington Post (blog)

Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared - Washington Post (blog) | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unpreparedWashington Post (blog)The International baccalaureate program at Rockville High School is branching into career and technical education (and, apparently, dance).

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How college and career ready are the 2012 ACT-tested high school graduates?

How college and career ready are the 2012 ACT-tested high school graduates? | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it

Using the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks and ACT® test scores, The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2012 provides a series of graphical pictures highlighting the college and career readiness of the ACT-tested high school class of 2012.

 

What's the connection between Common Core State Standards and  performance on the ACT test?


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Teens ages 16 to 19 not in school and not high school graduates - Data Across States - KIDS COUNT Data Center

Data Provided by: National KIDS COUNT Program


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Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared for college or the workforce

Study: Two-fifths of high school graduates are unprepared for college or the workforce | Project Research Madie Kaster | Scoop.it
Two-fifths of high school students graduate prepared neither for traditional college nor for career training, according to a study from researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Arizona.

 

College-preparatory programming has expanded dramatically in the past decade, with participation in Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate more than tripling. Career-preparatory programs have evolved, as well, and school-to-work “pathways” have replaced tired old vocational programs.

 

But they are not enough. One-third of high school students complete the modern college-preparatory track, and another one-quarter graduate from career-preparatory programs. The remaining high school population, an estimated 40 percent, do neither.


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