It would appear that educators, armed with student responses such as those described in the national survey, would initiate reform to help the modern high school achieve success for all of its students. There remains, however, a percentage of students attending urban high schools which are not vibrant, multicultural learning havens. These schools have a responsibility to help all students achieve their full potential, but this vision has not become a national reality.The thematic research group studied successful urban high schools in southern California to identify urban factors and ... The researchers consisted of ten doctoral students at the University of Southern Californiaa#39;s Rossier School of Education.
|Title||:||A Study of an Outperforming Urban High School and the Factors which Contribute to Its Increased Academic Achievement with Attention to the Contribution of Student Engagement|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|