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Poverty and Potential: Out-of-School Factors and School Success David C. Berliner Regents’ Professor Arizona State University March 2009                                                         Suggested Citation: Berliner, David C. (2009). Poverty and Potential: Out-of-School Factors and School Success. Boulder and Tempe: Education and the Public Interest Center & Education Policy Research Unit. Retrieved [date] from http://epicpolicy.org/publication/poverty-and-potential E DUCATION P OLICY R ESEARCH U NIT EPRU |
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http://epicpolicy.org/publication/poverty-and-potential 1 of 52 Poverty and Potential: Out-of-School Factors and School Success David C. Berliner Arizona State University Executive Summary The U.S. has set as a national goal the narrowing of the achievement gap between lower income and middle-class students, and that between racial and ethnic groups. This is a key purpose of the No Child Left Behind act, which relies
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