The American Public Thinks Very Differently about Wealth- and Race-based Educational Inequality
When asked about wealth- and race/ethnicity-based academic achievement gaps, Americans are more concerned about the gap between poor and wealthy students, more supportive of policies that might close it, and more prepared to explain the reasons behind it, according to new research published in Educational Researcher.
Counting 'Proficient' Students Creates Bad Accountability
Education Week, August 16, 2016
Report: Americans More Concerned About Wealth-based Achievement Gaps Than Racial Inequities
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, August 14, 2016
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