Harvard Graduate School of Education: Success Plans

Countless studies tell a somber and all too familiar story: an unacceptable number of children and youth in the United States face systemic barriers that impede access to opportunities and essential services that they need to thrive. Well-documented educational achievement and attainment gaps (including higher dropout rates, lower high school graduation rates, and failure to graduate on time) disproportionately affect children and youth of color and those living in poverty. An alarming number of students report that they are disengaged in school, and marginalized students—those who have historically been under served in our educational institutions—are less likely than their more advantaged peers to attain post secondary educational and other credentials which are critical for success in the modern and global economy.

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