Early-college high school brings students success

05/24/2007 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

An experimental Ohio public school transformed average low-income urban teens into college-bound students through an unorthodox high school curriculum that will this month award some of its first graduates associate degrees along with their high school diplomas. All of Dayton Early College Academy's graduates plan to attend four-year colleges in the fall. "Everything here is geared toward college readiness -- socially, emotionally, academically," said principal Judy Hennessey.

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