CS4All: Examining Equity
As part of the Research Alliance’s ongoing evaluation of CS4All, this report examines progress toward the initiative’s goals, including the extent to which schools are reaching all of their students with CS, as well as the extent to which participation is equitable for girls and Black and Latinx students—who have been starkly underrepresented in CS education and careers.
How Equitable is Access to a Positive School Climate in NYC Schools? Part 2
The fourth post in our ongoing series focuses on high schools with the highest and lowest average perceptions of climate, based on the composite measure that we introduced in our previous post.
NYC as a Laboratory for Learning About Career and Technical Education
This report is one of several that will emerge from our ongoing study aimed at informing local and national CTE policy and practice. It focuses on 37 CTE-Dedicated high schools, which are structured to ensure that all enrolled students participate in a CTE Program of Study from 9th through 12th grade.
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