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Educational Achievement and Poverty


The National Assessment of Educational Progress says that almost half of the variation in average reading and math scores nationwide is linked to child poverty rates. But politicians, realizing that they cannot impact basic social problems easily, focus on reforms such as measuring teachers' performance by students' test scores, providing vouchers for school choice, and setting goals for student achievement. These reform strategies pretend that economics don't matter. Click here to assess results.


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