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Educational Equality and the Landmark Coleman Report: A Video Q&A

The landmark 1966 report "Equality of Educational Opportunity" was a mammoth undertaking, and it dramatically changed the debate on how schools, families and communities affect student learning. Here, co-author and Johns Hopkins University researcher James McPartland talks about some key findings that are still important today.

Related:
50 Years Seeking Equality: The Coleman Report
Quiz: What Did 'Teacher Quality' Look Like in 1966?

Source: Sarah D. Sparks and Deanna Del Ciello

Vol. 35, Issue 36, Page 10

Published in Print: July 1, 2016, as Educational Equality and the Landmark Coleman Report: A Video Q&A
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