academic research not all are equal

NOT ALL ARE EQUAL: The NYTimes looks at two recent studies from Stanford and University of Michigan that suggest a sharp growth in the education achievement gap between the rich and poor, at least according to standardized test scores (former study) and college completion (latter study). Pundits muse on several factors, such as how parallel development in income inequality affects the amount spent on child development, especially around kindergarten.

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