Developing more meaningful definitions of college readiness
TASA INSIGHT Magazine, 28(4), 13–15.
Complementing traditional quantitative measures with more qualitative tools can help determine college and career readiness.
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Mentions: Angela Johnson
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Topics: Empowering educators