Columbia University study shows program helped troubled schools (Daily News, December 2018)

A program to aid troubled city high school students helped more kids get on track to graduate, Columbia University researchers found.  A study to be published by Columbia’s Teachers College Tuesday shows that students in schools that adopted the Strategic Inquiry program – which helped educators to target struggling kids and get them help – were almost two and a half times more likely to be on track to graduate and less than half as likely to be off the graduation track compared to similar students in other schools.

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