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A High School for The 21st Century

If high schools are to succeed in preparing students for college in the 21st century, they will need to be more responsive to student needs, make better use of new technology, provide teachers with greater professional development opportunities, and re-evaluate their very structure. In this McGraw-Hill Research Foundation policy paper, three of the nation's leading educational experts (Jordan Goldman, founder and CEO,; Gerry House, president and CEO, Institute for Student Achievement; and Jeff Livingston, senior vice president, Career and College Readiness, McGraw-Hill Education) share these and other thoughts on what needs to be done to send the next generation of students off to college.

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