In the 2010–2011 school year, two educational programs launched in New Haven, Connecticut: New Haven School Change, a sweeping K–12 educational reform to improve the learning of educational outcomes of its students, and New Haven Promise, a scholarship program intended to improve college-going culture and encourage graduates to attend college. This report documents a study of early progress in these programs.
Subjects: Education, History
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