On the surface, credit recovery programs offer struggling students a second chance at success. But they can also be a way for schools to provide a low-quality education to America’s disadvantaged students. AEI’s Nat Malkus explains.
FULL REPORT — Second chance or second track? Credit recovery participation in US high schools https://goo.gl/df93yp
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