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Why Education Inequality Persists and How to Fix It

May 16, 2012 by twalker  
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Parents, teachers, and political leaders must reject long-standing practices that undermine students’ opportunity to learn in the city’s most neglected communities, write Pedro Noguera and John Jackson. In their place, they must advocate for genuine reforms, which will assure equitable access to good schools and programs. Source: The Washington Post

 

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