This summer, Dr. James Kemple will step down from his role as the Executive Director of the Research Alliance for New York City Schools, after 15 years in the position.
This Spotlight post looks at peer continuity in several ways, including the percentage of students who were the only person from their 8th grade class to attend their high school—and how this varies by race/ethnicity and neighborhood poverty.
This study will examine how the pandemic shifted high school students’ academic trajectories, especially in historically underserved and marginalized communities.
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