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“…the vast majority of very high-achieving students who are low- income do not apply to any selective college or university. This is despite the fact that selective institutions would often cost them less, owing to generous financial aid, than the resource-poor two-year and non- selective four-year institutions to which they actually apply.”

THE MISSING "ONE-OFFS": THE HIDDEN SUPPLY OF HIGH-ACHIEVING, LOW INCOME STUDENTS

Caroline M. Hoxby Christopher Avery Working Paper 18586

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 December 2012 Click on link to read full text--- http://www.nber.org/papers/w18586

Citizen Presentation May 8 SAISD School Board Meeting (click here for more)

 

Citizens in a democracy have the opportunity to present their thoughts and observations to their locally elected school board members.  I shared some photos of amazing things related to Academic Excellence at Sam Houston just in the month of May, my birth month!

Preparing Students for 21st Century Education

 

Sam Houston High School a "Choice School" for Notre Dame-bound Senior