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Over the Counter, Under the Radar: Inequitably Distributing New York City’s Late-Enrolling High School Students
This study shows how more than 35,000 late-enrolling, high-need students were disproportionately assigned to struggling high schools in New York City each year from 2008 to 2011.
Developing Great Teachers and Leaders in Knox County Schools: Interview with Superintendent Jim McIntyre
After leading a cross-sector review of the Knox County Schools’ central office, AISR followed up with Superintendent McIntyre on the evolution of reforms arising from that process.
Is Demography Still Destiny? Neighborhood Demographics and Public High School Students' Readiness for College in New York City
This study on college readiness shows that despite efforts in New York City to expand high school choice via a portfolio district model, student demographics still dictate destiny.
This study describes a data collaboration between the NYC Department of Education and CUNY that aimed to identify the student traits and trajectories that lead to college success.
In this report prepared by AISR, the New York City Working Group on School Transformation proposes alternatives to New York City’s school-closing strategy.