Income-achievement gaps now far surpass racial-achievement gaps, study finds
Ensuring equal access to resources can help improve educational outcomes and close achievement gaps for children from low-income families, according to a new study.
The study from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) notes that improving state finance systems can go a long way to support equitable funding and increased resource access.
The report, Mind the Gap: 20 Years of Progress and Retrenchment
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