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This brief examines attempts by states to improve public education by increasing high school course requirements in 1989. According to a report published by the Center for Policy Research in Education, these attempts have had mixed results. As a result of the reforms, low-and middle-achieving students are taking more courses in science and math, but there are serious questions about the quality of the courses themselves. This issue of CPRE Policy Briefs is based on the report which was written with assistance from Paula White and Janice Patterson.
University of Pennsylvania. (1989). Graduating From High School: New Standards in the States. CPRE Policy Briefs.
Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/cpre_policybriefs/61
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Education Policy Commons, Higher Education Administration Commons, Science and Mathematics Education Commons
Date Posted: 30 September 2016
This document was authored by the Consortium for Policy Research in Education, but no individual authors were identified.
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