What real education reform looks like – Education – Salon.com

 

“…with a rising “income achievement gap, a family’s economic situation is a bigger determinative force in a child’s academic performance than any other major demographic factor. For poor kids, that means the intensifying hardships of poverty are now creating massive obstacles to academic progress.”

via What real education reform looks like – Education – Salon.com.

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