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The Widening lncame If we do not find ways to reduce thegrowinginequalityin ‘1 education outcomes?betweentherich andthep’oor?e schools will no longer be the great equalizer we want them to be. Sean F. Real-don as the academic achievement gap between students from high-income and low?income families changed in the last few decades? And if so, why? Historically, low?income students as ?3 a group have performed less well than high~income students on most mea- sures of academic success?including (3 standardized test scores, grades, high I school completion rates, and college enrollment and completion rates. Countless studies have documented these disparities and investigated […]