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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
September 2001
This report, presented to the Legislature in September 2001, relies on analysis of a statewide survey of public high schools and visits to eight case study schools.  The following questions are addressed in the final report:

1) Are High Schools Increasing the Rigor of What Students Learn?
2) Are High Schools Making Learning More Relevant for Students? 
3) Are High Schools Providing Learning Options for 11th and 12th Grades? 
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