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Turning Back the Clock: The Inequitable Impact of Shortening California’s School Year

Turning Back the Clock: The Inequitable Impact of Shortening California’s School Year

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Today, in coordination with a broad range of advocacy organizations, the Education Trust—West, releases Turning Back the Clock: The Inequitable Impact of Shortening California’s School Year. The policy brief highlights research findings that confirm the critical importance of increased classroom time for improved student achievement, particularly for students in poverty and discusses the negative impact of decisions made to shorten California’s school year.  

Publication date: 
October 31 2011
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Turning Back the Clock Brief_English_Oct 2011.pdf421.41 KB
Turning Back the Clock Brief_Spanish_Oct 2011.pdf172.79 KB
Turning Back the Clock Letter_English_Oct 2011.pdf79.62 KB
Turning Back the Clock Letter _Spanish_Oct 2011.pdf94.08 KB