Report: Closing the Gap between High School and College

A new report from the Blackboard Institute identifies exposing high school students to the college experience as the top method for increasing college-going. 
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 A new report from the Blackboard Institute identifies exposing high school students to the college experience as the top method for increasing college-going. The report highlights effective practices for improving student progression based on one-on-one interviews with 24 education experts, leaders and practitioners identified as K-20 thought leaders.

Other top strategies include incorporating technology into the learning process, and prioritizing training for teachers so they can help prepare
students for college success. Read "Closing the Gap between High School and College" here.

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