It Takes a Whole Society: Opening Up the Learning Landscape in the High School Years

By Robert Halpern
December 18, 2014

This report calls for a creating a richer fabric of learning opportunities for youth. A much broader segment of society needs to collaborate to find the means to engage young people in meaningful learning. Nearly one-third of the four million youth who enter high school each year will drop out. The over-reliance on one institution — high school — to meet the full range of students’ development needs is choking the learning experience for a sizable percentage of young people.

Source Organization: iNACOL

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