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Rural schools unite to make college the rule, rather than the exception
by Amadou Diallo, The Hechinger Report
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16 November 2017
On 16 November 2017 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
Cooperation among sparsely populated districts in Ohio fuels a successful -- and necessary -- push for college in a place where manufacturing jobs have disappeared. Turning around struggling high schools is the toughest work in education reform. Research found that a $3.5 billion federal program meant to fix the nation's lowest performing schools - which focused disproportionately on high schools - did little to improve student achievement. In this three-part series, The Hechinger Report is visiting high schools that have beaten the long odds to learn what's behind their success in improving graduation rates and sending more students to college.
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