Inequity Remains 50 Years After Coleman Report
Fifty years after a report tracked the opportunity gaps between white and black students in K-12 schools across the United States change can be measured in some areas, but significant gaps clearly remain.
In their 1966 report to Congress, James S. Coleman and his team submitted complex analyses of the opportunity gaps between white and black students in K-12 schools across the United States. In a comparison with modern statistics, change can be measured in some areas, but significant gaps in equity and achievement clearly remain. (Education Week)
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