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Ask an Expert: College- and Career-Readiness Interventions

This Ask An Expert response identifies interventions with evidence of effectiveness for college-and career-readiness outcome domains. Outcome domains for which an intervention has evidence of effectiveness that meets ESSA Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 requirements are included, as is information about whether the research was conducted in rural areas or with students facing economic disadvantages.

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Date: June 2022

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