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Study: D.C. Public Schools Have the Largest Achievement Gap
According to a 2011 federal education study, the gap between Black and white students in D.C. is tw...


Here’s How to Close the Achievement Gap
The Campaign for Educational Equity says that in order to succeed in school, students need effectiv...


A Welcome New Tack Against the Achievement Gap
The Lone Star State’s new education commissioner is out to make efforts to close the achievement ga...


Initiative Aims to Close Education Gap for Blacks
The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans will create a national n...


Achievement Gap Divides Black, White Students
Achievement gap between White and Black students is closing....


SD Gap Between White and Black Students Shrinks
Achievement gap between Black and White students shrink in one state....


Report: African-American Students Are More Isolated Now Than 40 Years Ago
A new report by the Economic Policy Institute states that the isolation of socially and economicall...


Florida School District Lacks Equal Access to Best Teachers
Stanford researchers have found that students in Miami-Dade County Public Schools do not have equal...


Study Suggests Teachers Give Black and Latino Students Less Feedback
The results could hint at a cause behind the wide achievement gap....


Schools Face Big Budget Holes as Stimulus Runs Out
SAN FRANCISCO – The nation's public schools are falling under severe financial stress as stat...


Ga. School District Wins $1 Million Broad Prize
Ga. School District Wins $1 Million Broad Prize...


Graduation Gap Widens Between Blacks & Whites in College Hoops
Just 59 percent of African-American players at schools competing this year in the NCAA tournament g...


Commentary: 60 Years After Brown v. Board of Education , a Celebration Muted by Challenge
The 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education is a moment for celebration as well as sober re...


'Black Girls Matter' Report Addresses School-to-Prison Pipeline in New Light
The study is based on a new review of national data and personal interviews with young women....


Condoleezza Rice Says America Will Never Be Race Blind
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says that despite gains made by minorities, race will al...


Joint Center Takes on Inequality
Amid talk about the economic burden African-Americans are carrying, the Economic Summit by the Join...


12th Grade Students Still Below '92 Reading Scores
12th Grade Students Still Below '92 Reading Scores...


82 Percent of U.S. Schools May Be Labeled "Failing"
The number of schools labeled as "failing" under the nation's No Child Left Behind Act could skyroc...


Bush Says He Was a Good Civil Rights President
President Bush says America shouldn’t forget about his contributions to civil rights. While a...


Black America "Treading Water" Urban League Report Shows
Posted March 5, 2008 – African Americans’ progress in closing the economic and social welfare gaps ...

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