New Report: Narrowing the Achievement Gap for African American and Latino Students
Posted by on November 5, 2004
The American Cities Foundation recently released a report entitled, “Best Practices in Urban Education Project: Narrowing the Achievement Gap for African American and Latino Students.” Angela Dungee Greene was the senior researcher and lead author of the report. The report “presents findings about high performing urban schools . It identifies the best practices implemented by these schools, and shows the strategies used by school administrators, teachers and parents that can serve as models to help schools in other urban settings maximize the academic success of their students.”
To access a pdf of the report, you can go to the following website:
http://www.amcities.org/bestpractices.asp , or call 215-476-8091.
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