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Nation Falls Far Short on Education Equity, Data Show

March 27, 2014
By Michele McNeil and Evie Blad
Education Week

 

New federal civil rights data show persistent and widespread disparities among disadvantaged students from prekindergarten through high school on key indicators—calling into question whether the national push for... Full Article

Equity Is the Key to Better
School Funding

February 18, 2014
By Marin Gjaja, J. Puckett, and Matt Ryder

Education Week

 

The relationship between government spending on K-12 public education and student outcomes has been an endless source of debate among those involved... Full Article

U.S. Should Focus on Equity in Education

February 19, 2014
By Valerie Strauss

The Washington Post

 

When Barack Obama was elected president four years ago, many people in the education world had hoped he would pick as his education secretary Linda Darling-Hammond, a Stanford University professor who was the head of his first education transition team... Full article

 

 

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