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The Associated Press: Committee Outlines Plan to Reduce Education “Achievement Gap”

A state-appointed education committee says it has a ten-year plan to help reduce Connecticut’s achievement gap between low-income students and their peers, which it says is the worst in the country.

The commission says many of its recommendations call for reallocating resources and over time should help shrink a 34-point gap between the state’s poorest and more affluent students.

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