This book presents an intensive, detailed process for holding accountable all of the players involved in establishing community-connected learning as a whole-school reform strategy - schools, business and community partners, post secondary partners, and school districts. Benchmarks for Success describes the experiences of school districts in two communities - Boston, Massachusetts, and North Clackamas, Oregon - that are implementing and evaluating community-connected learning. Boston is an example of a district where school-to-career is becoming the rule in its high schools. North Clackamas piloted community-connected learning on a very limited basis, and now has expanded it to include focused programs of study in all the district. Published 2000 by The Education Alliance at Brown University. Author(s): Susan Goldberger, Robert Keough, Cheryl Almeida
"Benchmarks for Success in High School Education: Putting Data to Work in School-to-Career Education Reform"
The Education Alliance at Brown University.
Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.
This collection holds materials from the Education Alliance at Brown University. The Education Alliance was a reform support organization committed to advancing equitable educational opportunities that prepare all student populations to succeed in the 21st century. From 1975-2021, the Alliance …