Connecticut Health Investigative Team: Low Graduation Rates Tied To Absenteeism, Poverty In Urban Schools
By Molli DeRosa
According to the Connecticut Council for Education Reform, Connecticut has the largest education achievement gap in the United States, meaning wealthier students are assumed to be doing well in school, but lower-income students are assumed to be doing poorly. The council also states on its website that one factor contributing to the achievement gap in schools is the “need for more effective teachers and school leaders.”
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