Early Colleges as a Model for Schooling

Early Colleges as a Model for Schooling Creating New Pathways for Access to Higher Education

Julie A. Edmunds, Fatih Unlu, Elizabeth J. Glennie, and Nina Arshavsky
paper, 256 Pages
Pub. Date: November 2022
ISBN-13: 978-1-68253-759-6
Price: $36.00

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Early Colleges as a Model for Schooling advocates for early college high schools as an effective means of reducing academic, cultural, and financial obstacles to postsecondary education.


Praise

Edmunds and her coauthors have built a compelling case for why and how early colleges create a vision for transforming the American high school and its relationship to higher education. It is firmly grounded in years of rigorous research nationally and brought to life showing how students’ experiences are positively impacted by practices and policies that weld and meld our fractured secondary and postsecondary systems. — Joel Vargas, vice president, Jobs for the Future

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About the Authors

Julie A. Edmunds is Program Director for Secondary School Reform at SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Fatih Unlu is a senior economist and the director of the Labor, Workforce Development, and Postsecondary Education Program at the RAND Corporation. Elizabeth J. Glennie is a senior research analyst in RTI International’s Education Workforce Development division. Nina Arshavsky is a senior research specialist at the SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.


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