The Early College Expansion Partnership aimed to increase the high school and college success of 30,000 low-income youth. This brief highlights the core elements of the partnership and key lessons learned that can inform school improvement efforts everywhere.
The early college high school movement promises to make higher education more accessible and more affordable for underrepresented students. Drawing on the preliminary results of a long-term study led by Harvard researchers Karen Foster and Michael J. Nakk
The following is a one-page summary of written testimony given by Joel Vargas to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. (For the full written testimony, CLICK HERE you can also watch the