Math and science academic success in four large, diverse, urban high schools
University Council for Educational Administration
November 19-22, 2009
Date of Presentation
Low math and science achievement in large, diverse, urban high schools, particularly for African American and Latino/a students from low income families, is a serious concern and creates significant leadership issues for urban school leaders who want to lead for learning. This study examined the significant success that four large, diverse, urban high schools had in raising the achievement level of African American and Latino/a students in math and science.
McKenzie, Kathryn B.; Skrla, Linda E.; Scheurich, James J.; and Rice, Delores, "Math and science academic success in four large, diverse, urban high schools" (2009). Benerd School of Education Faculty Presentations. 140.
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