Break It Down Again: Evaluating the Small Schools Reform Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Consulting firm was hired to determine why the results of the first phase of the small schools initiative began four years ago, were so contradictory. The main metric for determining the success of a high school completion rate. Two of the secondary schools in the district, Langston Hughes High School and Julia Alvarez High School, has been transformed from a large school in a few small schools as part of the original building. While Langston Hughes saw an increase in interest rates at the end of a new school-to-school (SWS) model, having left school at Julia Alvarez were even worse. Both schools have undergone a transition to small schools at the same time and have been implemented the same format, SWS, so before consulting group to find out why Langston Hughes was a thriving and Julia Alvarez was not. "Hide
by Robert D. Landel, Elise West Source: Darden School of Business 6 pages. Publication Date: November 17, 2008. Prod. #: UV1086-PDF-ENG

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