High Schools for Equity: Policy Supports for Student Learning in Communities of Color

This is a powerful study showing the benefit of engaging and personalized learning experiences, specifically for students of color. This report studies 5 urban high schools that provide such experiences, describing how these schools support students to take ownership of their learning. The study also presents policy recommendations to help develop and maintain schools like these throughout the country.

Author: School Redesign Network at Stanford University and Justice Matters

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School Redesign Network at Stanford University and Justice Matters. (2007). High schools for equity: Policy supports for student learning in communities of color. Stanford, CA: School Redesign Network.


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policy, personalized learning, equitable access, equity

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