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PPL 891: Harlem Children’s Zone

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  • 1. • – MI Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC) Great Start to Quality.
  • 2. • – MI Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC) Great Start to Quality.• – HCZ, KIPP, National Heritage Academies
  • 3. • – MI Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC) Great Start to Quality.• – HCZ, KIPP, National Heritage Academies• – Measuring Success (or lack thereof)
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  • 12. • •• • KIPP: take the kids who want to learn and give them a high- quality education. • HCZ: Give them all a high-quality education, even the least motivated and least prepared, beginning at a very young age, and to do it in the context of a broader transformation of the entire community.
  • 13. • •• • KIPP: take the kids who want to learn and give them a high- quality education. • HCZ: Give them all a high-quality education, even the least motivated and least prepared, beginning at a very young age, and to do it in the context of a broader transformation of the entire community.•
  • 14. ••• (Meeting w/ CEO J.C. Huizenga Tomorrow!)
  • 15. • What do you think about the changes Canada made to the middle school? What would you have done?• Which part of HCZ seems to be most successful?• Is HCZ an attempt at a solution for education, poverty, or both?• What are likely to be the biggest challenges to replication of HCZ?• What should the replication sites take as the main lesson from Paul Tough’s book on what not to do?
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