New York City offers some unpleasant truths about school improvement

«Here, we need to step back and confront an unpleasant truth about school improvement. A large body of research teaches us that the opportunity gaps that drive achievement gaps are mainly attributable to factors outside our schools: concentrated poverty, discrimination, disinvestment, and racially disparate access to a variety of resources and employment opportunities.»

— À lire sur www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/education/2019/01/07/new-york-city-offers-some-unpleasant-truths-about-school-improvement/