Class and Schools: Using Social, Economic, and Educational Reform to Close the Black-White Achievement Gap
Current policy assumes that the achievement gap could be closed if only schools would do better. Richard Rothstein states, “Unfortunately, the trend is to shift … the burden to schools, as if they alone can eradicate poverty." Rothstein leads us toward reforms that would give all children a more equal chance to succeed. 224 pp.
Teachers College Pr
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