Building Multiple Pathways to a High School Diploma: A Cost Study of Non-Traditional Academic Options
October 02, 2014
THE RENNIE CENTER FOR EDUCATION RESEARCH & POLICY AND MASSBUDGET
This report asks how school districts can support diverse learners with a menu of opportunities that lead to high school graduation and postsecondary success. Building Multiple Pathways looks closely at four different routes to a high school diploma, including costs and implications for developing a more coordinated and comprehensive approach to supporting student success.
While the traditional school structure may work for some students, it undoubtedly is a barrier for many.