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Sean Reardon Asks: How Do We Improve Educational Equity?

April 29, 2016 1:20

Sean Reardon, a professor of education and sociology at Stanford University, discusses his recent study for which he and his colleagues built a data-bank archive of every test score from every elementary and middle school student in the United States over the last five years. Reardon explains that at the core of the study, which includes 215 million student test scores, is the question: Can we fix educational equity by building better school systems alone? Education Week Video

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