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NEWS RELEASE: Philadelphia High School gains 100 points in PSSA 2002 test

Carver High School of Engineering and Science, a predominately minority high school (90%) in North Philadelphia, shot up an astounding 100 points on the 2002 Pennsylvania System of School Assessment...


IMP and Block Scheduling Dissertation Released

Four year longitudinal study shows combined effect of change in school schedule and math curriculum in raising student achievement for high school students
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Stanford University Mathematics Teaching and Learning Study

Initial Report - A Comparison of IMP1 and Algebra 1 at Greendale School.

Principal Investigator: Dr Jo Boaler.

Researchers: Karin Brodie, Hermione Gifford, Victoria Hand, Kristen Pilner, Emily Shahan, Melissa Sommerfeld, Megan Staples, Judy Strauss, Sean Whalen, Toby White, Rachel Chou.



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All IMP High School Tops in State on Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) 2000

(January 31, 2001). A Philadelphia suburban high school using a National Science Foundation sponsored integrated high school mathematics curriculum recently deemed exemplary by the United States Department of Education scored tops in Pennsylvania for comprehensive high schools on the state‚Äôs latest test. 

Strath Haven High School in the Wallingford/Swarthmore School District, an affluent Philadelphia suburb, scored 1500 out of 1600  on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) according to official figures recently released by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The PSSA test was administered in April 2000. The score was first among all Pennsylvania comprehensive high schools and second overall behind Masterman, a highly selective special admission high school in Philadelphia....(More).



 
 
 
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