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Author(s):Rothstein, R
Title:Reforms that could help narrow the achievement gap
Short Description:This report challenges the assumption that failing schools are the single cause of the achievement gap, and provides a series of additional reforms to narrow the gap.
Annotation:This report challenges the assumption that failing schools are the single cause of the achievement gap, and provides a series of reforms in areas including housing, health-care, early childhood preparation, afterschool and summer programs and other social and economic supports to narrow the achievement gap.
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Achievement Gap
Low-Income Students

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