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Use Students' Summer-Setback Months to Raise Minority Achievement

Phi Delta Kappan
ED110303
$2.95Author(s): Richard L. Allington, Anne McGill-Franzen

Poor children have never fared as well as more advantaged children in American schools. In recognition of this reality, federal funding for interventions for economically disadvantaged students was initiated through Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1966 (ESEA) to provide funding for supplementary educational interventions in the hope of narrowing the achievement gap between more- and less-advantaged students.

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