EM Spotlight: ScholarCentric Targets At-Risk Students with Success Highways

December 2006
Educational Marketer;12/11/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 35, p5
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The article features "Success Highways," a research-based curriculum that makes teachers active participants in helping at-risk students stay in school by building skills to motivate success in the classroom and beyond. The program was developed over 15 years by V. Scott Solberg at the University of California in Santa Barbara and the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Steven Weigler is the chief executive officer of the company while Solberg is the chief product developer.


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