Carnoy, Martin.Garca̕, Emma. () Five Key Trends in U.S. Student Performance :Progress by Blacks and Hispanics, the Takeoff of Asians, the Stall of Non-English Speakers, the Persistence of Socioeconomic Gaps, and the Damaging Effect of Highly Segregated SchoolsMLA Citation
Carnoy, Martin.Garca̕, Emma,Five Key Trends In U.S. Student Performance: Progress By Blacks And Hispanics, The Takeoff Of Asians, The Stall Of Non-English Speakers, The Persistence Of Socioeconomic Gaps, And The Damaging Effect Of Highly Segregated Schools. : . Print.
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Five Key Trends in U.S. Student Performance : Progress by Blacks and Hispanics, the Takeoff of Asians, the Stall of Non-English Speakers, the Persistence of Socioeconomic Gaps, and the Damaging Effect of Highly Segregated Schools /
Martin Carnoy and Emma Garca̕.
|Main Author:||Carnoy, Martin.|
|Other Names:||Garca̕, Emma,|
|Published:||[Place of publication not identified] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 2017.|
|Topics:||African American Students. | Hispanic American Students. | Asian American Students. | Low Income Students. | English Language Learners. | School Segregation. | Achievement Gap. | Gender Differences. | Grade 4. | Grade 8. | Mathematics Achievement. | Reading Achievement. | National Competency Tests. | Institutional Characteristics. | School Demography. | Low Achievement. | High Achievement. | Social Class. | Socioeconomic Status. | Student Characteristics. | Elementary School Students. | Middle School Students. | Elementary Schools. | Middle Schools. | White Students.|
|Genres:||Reports, Research. | Numerical/Quantitative Data.|
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