Contains case studies on twelve successful inner-city secondary programs (six in New York City, two in Chicago, and four in Los Angeles). Each school has a specialty related to a specific industry, and case studies provide details on essential elements that have led these programs to success. The authors note the barriers that had to be overcome to establish these programs, and each study also describes some issues that must be addressed for their further development. This publication contains contributions by J. G. Chambers and A. E. Just.
MDS-012 / September 1990