Overall CASE Score and Classroom: 4Cs
CASE Scale Score for Top and Bottom 5%

Overall CASE Score and Classroom: 4Cs
Minority % for Top and Bottom 5%


Our finding that diversity was not significantly different between the schools in the top and bottom 5% across all factors (with the exception of Access) aligns to new research that shows high levels of diversity are more likely to have long-term positive benefits for students, rather than pose challenges.


Schools should embrace diversity so students can be better prepared to live, work, and thrive in a global economy. Educators can support this effort by providing real-world experiences to students via technology integration, such as networking with other students, collaborating online, and learning about cultural experiences from around the world.