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No Knowledge, No College: Oakland High Students Rising to the Challenge.

From September 2010 to February 2011, CFJ students collected 500 surveys and conducted one-on-one interviews with students, parents, teachers and counselors. The survey was designed to look at the following: the frequency and quality of student-counselor interactions, students’ knowledge of the A-G requirements, perceived obstacles for going to college, the role of peer-to-peer counseling, and the effectiveness of the Advisory Class. The survey also tracked race, gender and graduation class. Through this report, CFJ student leaders aim to identify concrete solutions that can improve college and career readiness at Oakland High.

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