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Research on School Success

Despite all of the great opportunities that exist in the United States, educational disparities still exist. Even if a child has a supportive family and attends a "great" school, he or she may still encounter barriers that prevents him or her from getting the most out of school, graduating from high school, or taking advantage of higher education learning opportunities after high school.

Explore the following resources to learn more about what the research says about school success, and how you and other professionals can help make a difference.

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Standards and Expectations

Review what the research says about standards and expectations, and how parents and teachers can use standards and expectations to facilitate children's school success.

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