Course, Counselor, and Teacher Gaps: Addressing the College Readiness Challenge in High-Poverty High Schools

Previews a new analysis of education data on high schools in the 100 largest school districts that highlights the role of inadequate K-12 preparation as a barrier to post-secondary success for students who live in poverty. The report specifically focuses on the stark differences in the quality of college preparation that high school students receive based on their schools' concentration of poverty.

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