Tennessee embraces High Schools That Work model

About 8,100 educators from 45 states are gathering today in Tennessee to discuss the High Schools That Work initiative, which exposes students to academic rigor and prepares them for work or post-secondary education. Ralph Barnett, who oversees the state's implementation of the approach, says the program keeps students who weren't on the traditional path from wandering aimlessly through high school.

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