The Comprehensive School Reform (CSR) program is designed to increase student achievement by assisting public schools across the country with implementing comprehensive reforms that are grounded in scientifically based research and effective practices.
The CSR program targets high-poverty and low-achieving schools, especially those receiving Title I funds, by helping them to increase the quality and accelerate the pace of their reform efforts. The eleven components of the Comprehensive School Reform Program provide an organizing framework that encourages schools to build upon and leverage state and local school initiatives into a comprehensive plan for school improvement.
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