Fewer high school grads have expectations for college

(Calif.) Previous research revealing that about half of all U.S. high school students feel unprepared for life after graduation is being backed up by a recent, larger sampling that also highlights a gap between the number of pupils who say they want to go to college and those who expect they will.

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Promising algebra study gets second act

(Calif.) Researchers working with some 13,000 students in 18 school districts over a three-year period may have solved one of public education’s great conundrums – how to help more at-risk middle school students pass algebra.

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