Report: High expectations key to success at high-poverty schools

02/4/2005 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

According to a Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence study, eight successful high-poverty elementary schools in Kentucky share common traits including high expectations for students and staff, frequent assessments and collaborative decision-making. Researchers were surprised to find that school leadership was not a decisive factor.

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