Student-Centered Schools Study: Closing the Opportunity Gap

By Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education
December 18, 2014

The Student-Centered Schools Study, funded by the Nellie Mae Foundation, looks closely at four California high schools that use either the Linked Learning or Envision Schools model to achieve positive outcomes for all their students. These schools all serve predominately low-income students and students of color. These signature models of student-centered learning can inform efforts to address the national opportunity gap through student-centered practices. This web page links to numerous reports and tools, including four case studies, a cross-case analysis of the research, a research brief, a policy brief, and a web-based practitioner tool.

Source Organization: Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education


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