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November 12, 2013 5:13 PM

Public schools still favor rich

If education is a poor child’s best shot at rising up the ladder of prosperity, why do public resources devoted to education lean so decisively in favor of the better off? The debate over how to improve educational standards, focused intently on grading students and teachers, mostly bypasses how the inequity of resources inevitably affects the outcome.

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