New school ‘culture’ takes root with college summit curriculum
By staff and wire services reports
June 6th, 2012
Cheers arose for a new effort to get high school seniors into college—cheers, though as of yet no hard data to prove it’s working, the New Haven Independent reports. Those cheers arose from officials last week at an event honoring high school seniors who spent a year counseling classmates to get to college. They did claim success in changing school "culture." They said they were not ready to release data demonstrating whether they’ve succeeded in getting kids into more, and better, colleges. College Summit, a private outfit hired by the school district, convened the awards luncheon last Thursday...
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