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The ABCs of high achievement

December 3, 2006

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THE COUNTRY is stuck in an achievement gap. Many students with low test scores tend to be poor and members of minority groups. The education system is scrambling and too often failing to become a success factory. What will close the gap? Here are some answers: (Full article: 949 words)

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