Early Colleges are designed to support traditionally underserved students through higher education, allowing students to take college courses during high school at little or no cost and provide support for their transition into college. We compared educational outcomes for Early College students with their peers who were not in the program, up to six years after expected high school graduation. In this video, Kristina Zeiser discusses the significant bolstering effects that Early Colleges produce on student outcomes.
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12 Sep 2019
This infographic, based on the 2019 report, Early College, Continued Success: Longer-Term Impact of Early College High Schools, shows Early College students were significantly more likely than control students to enroll in college and earn a college degree within six years after expected high school graduation.
12 Sep 2019
Early College High School Programs offer driven high school students academic rigor and early exposure to higher education. This report builds on the first two evaluations of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Early College High School Initiative.
17 Jul 2019
What do today’s students really need to learn in order to succeed, not only in the classroom but also later on in college, careers, and as engaged citizens? What role can deeper learning—“a set of competencies students must master in order to develop a keen understanding of academic content and apply their knowledge to problems in the classroom and on the job”—play?