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Hank Levin, the William H Kilpatrick Professor of Economics & Education and Director of the National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, was the guest host of a lively open chat at EdWeek.org entitled, Helping African-American Boys.
 On May 17th, Professor Hank Levin, the William H Kilpatrick Professor of Economics & Education and Director of the National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, was the guest host of an open chat at EdWeek.org entitled, Helping African-American Boys. The chat, moderated by EdWeek.org editor Bess Keller, was a lively exchange covering questions comparing the success of African American boys to Latino and Asian American boys, to the effects of standardized tests and affirmative action.

A full transcript of the chat can be found at http://www.edweek.org/chat/transcript_05_17_2007.html.

Access requires registering, for free, at the EdWeek.org website.

Published Tuesday, May. 22, 2007

On Helping African-American Boys

 On May 17th, Professor Hank Levin, the William H Kilpatrick Professor of Economics & Education and Director of the National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, was the guest host of an open chat at EdWeek.org entitled, Helping African-American Boys. The chat, moderated by EdWeek.org editor Bess Keller, was a lively exchange covering questions comparing the success of African American boys to Latino and Asian American boys, to the effects of standardized tests and affirmative action.

A full transcript of the chat can be found at http://www.edweek.org/chat/transcript_05_17_2007.html.

Access requires registering, for free, at the EdWeek.org website.

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