The Value of People , Place and Possibilities : A Multiple Case Study of Rural High School Completion

@inproceedings{Wilcox2014TheVO,
  title={The Value of People , Place and Possibilities : A Multiple Case Study of Rural High School Completion},
  author={Kristen Campbell Wilcox and Janet I. Angelis and Linda A Baker and Hal A. Lawson},
  year={2014}
}
  • Kristen Campbell Wilcox, Janet I. Angelis, +1 author Hal A. Lawson
  • Published 2014
the regression analysis, Sharon Wiles for general administrative support for this study, and Susan Tangorre for leading one of the rural site visits. We would also like to thank the New York State Offi ce of Budget for its continued support and the NYKids Advisory Board members who suggested that we study the topic of high school graduation. All correspondence should be directed to Kristen C. Wilcox, Department of Educational Theory and Practice, University at Albany, ED 115A, 1400 Washington… CONTINUE READING
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