College Preparatory Curriculum
A college preparatory curriculum prepares students to thrive in college, work, and in their community. If we are to provide every student an opportunity to succeed, we must first ensure that every high school, regardless of zip code, provides a college-preparatory curriculum, including the arts and physical education.
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Blog Posts on College Preparatory Curriculum
Warren Simmons, Executive Director of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform, has some advice for Boston's Mayor-Elect Marty Walsh: to improve the city's schools, focus on equity and wraparound student supports.Read more>
The Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC) launched its new Get Us to College Campaign this week on the steps of New York City Hall. Students, parents and several City Council Members spoke in support of proven strategies that encourage students to go to college and help them navigate the application process.Read more>
A new report finds that while White students in NYC schools have access to an average of 11.2 Advanced Placement classes, Black and Latino students have access to just 5.4, echoing similar disparities in resources like science labs, libraries and school health services.Read more>