From Education Week:
At a time when research is highlighting growing achievement gaps between rich and poor students, one group of researchers, educators, and advocates met here last week to present evidence for a strategy they hope will ultimately narrow such gaps: socioeconomic integration.
The event marked the publication of The Future of School Integration: Socioeconomic Diversity as an Education Reform Strategy, a compilation of new and recent research released by the Washington-based Century Foundation.
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