In Reversal, Kindergarten Readiness Gaps Narrows

In a sharp reversal of decades-long trend, the gap in kindergarten academic readiness between high- and low-income students narrowed by 10 percent to 16 percent between 1998 and 2010, according to new research published in AERA Open. Read more

The American Public Thinks Very Differently about Wealth- and Race-based Educational Inequality

In this study, the authors find that Americans are more concerned about—and more supportive of proposals to close—wealth-based achievement gaps than Black-White gaps. Read more

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