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TC's Robert Carter Comments on Black Students and Elite Schools

"Black students from truly disadvantaged families who make it into top schools today really are different from middle class and rich kids," Carter, a professor of psychology and education at TC, tells Diverse Education magazine.
"Black students from truly disadvantaged families who make it into top schools today really are different from middle class and rich kids,” Carter, a professor of psychology and education at TC, tells Diverse Education magazine.

Read the full story: 

http://diverseeducation.com/article/13916/national-scholarship-program-rewards-academically-talented-black-students.html

Published Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2010

TC's Robert Carter Comments on Black Students and Elite Schools

"Black students from truly disadvantaged families who make it into top schools today really are different from middle class and rich kids,” Carter, a professor of psychology and education at TC, tells Diverse Education magazine.

Read the full story: 

http://diverseeducation.com/article/13916/national-scholarship-program-rewards-academically-talented-black-students.html

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