Achievement gap • Due to the challenges facing urban schools a gap exists between rich and poor, white and minority: • According to Standard and Poor (2006) reading proficiency on NAEP exam in 2005: • Asians 39%, whites 37%, Blacks 11%, Hispanics 14% • Economically disadvantaged 15% compared to 38% those not • According to Urban Institute (2004), high school graduation rates: • Suburban 73%, central city 58%, • largest gap in New York, lowest rates for minority
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Method of extract direct  associated yield Away-side Y-rich+h=1/N-rich(N-rich+h= ) 1/N-rich [N0+h+N+h] =(N0+h/N-rich)+(N+h/N-rich) =(N0/N-rich)*N0+h/N0+(N/N-rich)*N+h/N Y0+h Y+h Solve for Y+h Y+h=(N-rich/N )[Y-rich+h-(N0/N-rich)*Y0+h] Near-side 1 3 unknowns N-rich, N0, and N. Y-rich+h=(1/N-rich)*N-rich+h =(1/N-rich)*N0+h =(N0/N-rich)*Y0+h N0/N-rich=Y-rich+h/Y0+h=R Substitute in 1 N+h=0 Y+h=(N-rich/N)[Y-rich+h-R*Y0+h] 2 1-R=1-(N0/N-rich)=(N-rich-N0)/N-rich=N/N-rich 1/(1-R)=N-rich/N (N-rich-N0)=N Substitute in 2 Y+h=[Y-rich+h-R*Y0+h]/1-R 3 th -August 5th th. A. Hamed STAR Experiment ICHEP08 Philadelphia, PA July 29th 19
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O 6 objectives of the UB grant Minimum 2.5 Grade point average Academic Performance--Grade Point Average (GPA) O O 85% of participants served during the project year will have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better on a four-point scale at the end of the school year. Academic Performance on Standardized Test: 77% of UB seniors served during the project year, will have achievedthat the proficient Test in Math & Reading/LA onmath. the 10 grade levelproficient on state assessments in reading/language arts and Secondary School Retention and Graduation WKCE test O 96% of project participants served during the project year will continue in school for the next to academic year, atgrade the next level grade level, or will have graduated secondary Pass the next or graduate with afrom regular school with a regular secondary school diploma. diplomaSchool Graduation (rigorous secondary school program of study) Secondary O O O 75% of all current and prior year UB participants, who at the time of entrance into the project had and expected high school graduation date the school will complete a Complete a rigorous HS curriculum (4inyears ofyear, core, 2 years rigorous secondary school program of study and graduate in that school year with a regular secondary school diploma. WL) O O Postsecondary Enrollment O 74% of all current and prior UB participants, who at the time of entrance into the project Senior willschool enroll in college (2school or 4year, year) the infall had an cohort expected high graduation date in the will enroll a program of postsecondary education by the fall term immediately following high school graduation immediately after graduation, file a deferment forschool, a from or will have received notification, by the fallor term immediately following high an institution ofdate higher (Reserves). education, of acceptance but deferred enrollment until the next spring start academic semester (e.g. spring semester) O Postsecondary Completion Complete an Associates of Bachelor’s within 6 years of HS 57% of participants who enrolled in a program of postsecondary education, by the fall term immediately following high school graduation or by the next academic term (e.g., graduation spring term) as a result of acceptance by deferred enrollment, will attain either an O associate’s or bachelor’s degree within six years following graduation from high school.
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NSU’s NSU’s 17 17 Academic Academic Institutes Institutes  Brief Therapy Institute  Lifelong Learning Institute  Community Resolution Services  National Coral Reef Institute  Criminal Justice Institute Brief Therapy Institute   The Eye Institute Community Resolution Services  Options National Coral Reef Institute  Guy Harvey Research Institute Criminal Justice Institute     Hudson The EyeInstitute Instituteof Entrepreneurship and Executive Education Guy Harvey Research Institute  Institute of Trauma and Victimization Hudson Institute of International Institute Franchise Entrepreneurship andfor Executive  Education Education  Southeast Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Institute for Cross-  Institute of Trauma and Victimization   Tyler Institute Institute The Language  International Institute for Franchise Education   Women’s Tyler Institute Resource       National Lifelong Learning Institute Institute for Educational Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for National Institute for Educational Cancer Research Options CancerCounseling Research Cultural Southeast Institute for Cross South Florida Ocean Cultural Counseling Measurement Center  South Florida Ocean The LanguageCenter Institute Measurement Institute Women’s Resource Institute
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Credit Student Origins High School Graduates GCC Does Regular Outreach to the Following High Schools: Hoover High School Glendale High School La Canada High School Franklin High School Eagle Rock High School Daily High School Crescenta Valley High School Clark Magnet Burroughs High School Burbank Adult School Burbank High School Belmont High School Bell-Jeff High School Los Angeles High School Marshall High School North Hollywood High School Verdugo Hills High School Downtown Magnet Miguel Contreras High School John Francis Poly Taft High School Temple City High School Garfield Campus
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