Category Archives: Low-Income students

School Sees ‘Turnaround’ Progress in Just Two Years | ED.gov Blog | Teacher Talk

Reblog of another blog of the ed.gov blog… Kudos to this Kansas City, Kansas, elementary school! School Sees ‘Turnaround’ Progress in Just Two Years | ED.gov Blog | Teacher Talk. #educ_dr

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Equity for Low-Income Students?

Earlier in another blog, I linked to a Huffington Post education blog that addresses the incredible hurdles faced by many low-income and inner-city students. Read what I have to say here: http://blog.emillereducation.com/2012/06/25/achievement-gap-persists-for-low-income-students-while-competing-philosophies-vie-for-influence/ Or go directly to the Huffinton Post blog … Continue reading

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