“Reforming California’s High Schools to Reduce Dropout Rates”
Russell W. Rumberger – UC – Santa Barbara
Russell W. Rumberger is Professor of Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Director of the UC Linguistic Minority Research Institute. He is also the Director of the California Dropout Research Project. The CDRP seeks to identify the causes and costs of dropping out, and to develop policies that would increase the number of young people who complete their high school education. In this seminar Dr. Rumberger reviewed the main findings from the CDRP, and discussed strategies for reforming high schools and reducing the rate of dropout.
Our apologies, but this seminar predates our audio recording feature