Civil rights survey: 3,000 US high schools don’t have math beyond Algebra I


To better diagnose achievement gaps and help education leaders tailor solutions, federal civil rights officials on Thursday released an expanded, searchable set of information–drawn from schools in more than 7,000 districts and representing at least three-quarters of American students, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The survey’s data show, as never before, the education inequities that hold various groups of students back…

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