Michigan "middle college" seen as a model

04/25/2007 | Monroe News (Mich.)

High schools located on college campuses with college courses at the heart of their curriculum are transforming some dropouts into high school and college graduates, by surrounding students with a new atmosphere. "High school just does not work for some students," Mott Middle College's dean of students, Lee Rossmaessler says. "We've had a phenomenal turnaround with students who before coming here were not going to graduate."

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