Restructuring Our High Schools for the 21st Century: Creating ‘Grade 11-13’ Schools

Memo · September 1998 · By Robert J. Wedl

Currently, students are held until 12th grade even if they can move faster. The Minnesota Post-secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEO) showed that bright high school students can do well with college-level work. The Grade 11-13 model goes even further, restructuring both high school and the first year of college, un-duplicating the curriculum.

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