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Glennie, Elizabeth; Unlu, Fatih; Furey, Jane – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2016
North Carolina's Early College model is the subject of an IES-funded eleven-year longitudinal experimental study that utilized a lottery process to assign early college applicants to either treatment or control groups. This paper presents findings related to high school outcomes. The primary goal of the early college model is to increase the…
Descriptors: Longitudinal Studies, Outcomes of Education, Program Effectiveness, Educational Attainment
Edmunds, Julie A.; Bernstein, Lawrence; Unlu, Fatih; Glennie, Elizabeth; Arshavsky, Nina – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2011
To address concerns about low graduation rates and a lack of workforce readiness, states and districts have been experimenting with different models of high school reform. One of the most popular models has been the Early College High School (ECHS) model, small schools that blur the line between high school and college. Since 2002, over 200 ECHSs…
Descriptors: High Schools, School Restructuring, Graduation Rate, Program Effectiveness
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Edmunds, Julie A.; Bernstein, Lawrence; Unlu, Fatih; Glennie, Elizabeth; Willse, John; Smith, Arthur; Arshavsky, Nina – Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2012
Early college high schools are a new and rapidly spreading model that merges the high school and college experiences and that is designed to increase the number of students who graduate from high school and enroll and succeed in postsecondary education. This article presents results from a federally funded experimental study of the impact of the…
Descriptors: Control Groups, High School Students, Suspension, Grade 9
Bernstein, Larry; Yamaguchi, Ryoko; Unlu, Fatih; Edmunds, Julie; Glennie, Elizabeth; Willse, John; Arshavsky, Nina; Dallas, Andrew – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2010
The purpose of this study is to rigorously examine the implementation and impact of the Early College High School (ECHS) model in North Carolina. The primary goal of the ECHS model is to increase the number of students who graduate from high school and who continue on and succeed in college. Therefore, the anticipated long-term outcomes for the…
Descriptors: Control Groups, High Schools, Graduation Rate, Models
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Edmunds, Julie A.; Bernstein, Lawrence; Glennie, Elizabeth; Willse, John; Arshavsky, Nina; Unlu, Fatih; Bartz, Deborah; Silberman, Todd; Scales, W. David; Dallas, Andrew – Peabody Journal of Education, 2010
As implemented in North Carolina, Early College High Schools are small, autonomous schools designed to increase the number of students who graduate from high school and are prepared for postsecondary education. Targeted at students who are underrepresented in college, these schools are most frequently located on college campuses and are intended…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Small Schools, School Culture, Models
Clotfelter, Charles; Glennie, Elizabeth; Ladd, Helen; Vigdor, Jacob – Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University (NJ1), 2005
As in other states, many North Carolina schools face the challenge of hiring and retaining high quality teachers. Recruiting and retaining qualified teachers in math, science and special education is particularly difficult, especially for the schools serving disproportionate shares of disadvantaged or low-performing students. In 2001, North…
Descriptors: Teacher Persistence, Program Effectiveness, Program Evaluation, Incentives