This report assesses the potential impact that early college high schools could have on student outcomes in Massachusetts. This report follows a call from the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Board of Higher Education (the Boards) at a joint session in January 2016. The two Boards share a priority of seeking strategies to help advance an important, fundamental goal in our state: more students, especially low-income students and those who are potential first-generation college-goers, completing a postsecondary credential and being prepared to succeed in careers and in life.
This final report both summarizes the findings of the research in the Commonwealth and across the country, and proposes a framework for a Massachusetts Early College Initiative that could extend our state's leadership in public education.
- Published by
- Ernst & Young
- Funded by
- Barr Foundation
- Issue areas
- Education and Literacy
- Document type
- North America / United States (Northeastern) / Massachusetts
- North America / United States (Northeastern) / Massachusetts / Suffolk County / Boston
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