Friday, February 25, 2011

Who Says Teachers Don't Care?: Closing the Achievement Gap

Achievement gaps are a serious concern in schools across America. With increasingly diverse populations of students, teachers are learning how to ensure all students from every racial and socioeconomic background have the opportunity to achieve high academic standards.

At Elmont Memorial High School in Elmont, New York, the teachers are helping every student succeed as they close the achievement gap for their students. At a racially diverse school, 99 percent of students graduate and 94 percent of those graduates go to college.  

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