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How Students View the Responsiveness of Educators

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Preliminary results from a survey in the greater New York metropolitan area suggest that young people's views of educators' responsiveness to their needs differ significantly by students' race and ethnicity.

SOURCE: Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Opportunity Research Project, September 2002

Vol. 22, Issue 2, Page 31

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