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We Must Improve Schools and Eliminate Poverty, Writes Jessica Wolff

In a letter to the editor on April 30 in the New York Times, the Director of the Comprehensive Educational Opportunity Project of the Campaign for Educational Equity writes that poor children need better schools efforts and additional supports and services in order to succeed.
In a letter to the editor on April 30 in the New York Times, the Director of the Comprehensive Educational Opportunity Project of the Campaign for Educational Equity writes that poor children need better schools efforts and additional supports and services in order to succeed.

LINK:  Letters:  Can Teaching Overcome Poverty's Ills?

Readers respond to a recent column by Joe Nocera about school reform.

Published Monday, May. 2, 2011

We Must Improve Schools and Eliminate Poverty, Writes Jessica Wolff

In a letter to the editor on April 30 in the New York Times, the Director of the Comprehensive Educational Opportunity Project of the Campaign for Educational Equity writes that poor children need better schools efforts and additional supports and services in order to succeed.

LINK:  Letters:  Can Teaching Overcome Poverty's Ills?

Readers respond to a recent column by Joe Nocera about school reform.
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