Graduation Theory Explored by Paul Attewell

The Hechinger Report, 8.7.14
Paul Attewell, a professor of sociology and urban education at the City University of New York Graduate Center dismisses the conventional theory that if “only kids went to more selective schools they would graduate in bigger numbers.” According to co-author Attewell’s findings in a recent study published by The American Education Research Association, this theory is simply not true.

Submitted on: AUG 7, 2014

Category: GC Press Coverage | Sociology | Urban Education