A transcript summarizing a teleconference about RISER, an institute that was developed to expand the current knowledge base related to practices and policies of secondary schools, its work, and lessons learned from it in relation to the question, "Could Authentic Achievement be used to restructure school and classroom settings in order to allow students to learn together and to be successful beyond school?"
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King, Bruce; Hanley-Maxwell, Cheryl.
High Schools of Authentic and Inclusive Learning: Findings of the Research Institute on Secondary Education Reform for Youth with Disabilities (RISER) (NCSET Teleconference).
University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET).
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