Harvard looking to help solve New York rural schools’ issues

May 15, 2019

The Olean Times Herald reports on how NCRERN provides rural school districts in New York with an oppurtunity to adress their most pressing challenges.

Some New York rural schools are about to get an assist from Harvard University.

Harvard’s new National Center for Rural Education Research Networks (NCRERN) is looking to work with 30 rural school districts in New York state, as well as another 30 in Ohio, to create school improvement plans that address students’ chronic absenteeism, college readiness and college enrollment.

The 60 participating districts across the two states would identify, pilot and test solutions before eventually sharing them amongst a network of other rural districts.


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