Twelfth Grade
Robert E. Slavin
 
One of the main purposes of public education is to help students gain the knowledge and skills that will make them successful in the job market and in life.  Everyone who works in grades pre-K to 12 values these goals, and they work very hard to help the kids they work with achieve their full potential.  Yet all too many students graduate from high school but do not achieve success in the world of work. They think their diploma is a ticket to the middle class, but for most, this is not true.
 

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