Personalized success plans, maps of in-school and out-of-school efforts that will help all students achieve, are emerging as a viable way to address all of a student's needs--even if those needs are largely at home.
What's the "why" behind personalized success plans? Traditional reform efforts have focused mostly on academics or in-school aspects. But these reforms don't account for students facing gaps in educational achievement, attainment, and opportunity.
These gaps disproportionately impact students of color and those living in poverty. And these students, who say they feel increasingly marginalized, say they are disengaged in school and are less likely to obtain postsecondary...
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