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Dr. Edmund W. Gordon Battles to Eradicate Achievement Gap

Diverse magazine profiles Emeritus Edmund V. Gordon, Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, a leading scholar on divergent learning styles who popularized the term "achievement gap" and was an architect of the Head Start program. At 91, he is leading a historic commission that is exploring what education assessment will be, and should become, by 2050.
Diverse magazine profiles Emeritus Edmund V. Gordon, Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, a leading scholar on divergent learning styles who popularized the term "achievement gap" and was an architect of the Head Start program. At 91, he is leading a historic commission that is exploring what education assessment will be, and should become, by 2050.

LINK: Dr. Edmund W. Gordon Battles to Eradicate Achievement Gap

Published Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012

Dr. Edmund W. Gordon Battles to Eradicate Achievement Gap

Diverse magazine profiles Emeritus Edmund V. Gordon, Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, a leading scholar on divergent learning styles who popularized the term "achievement gap" and was an architect of the Head Start program. At 91, he is leading a historic commission that is exploring what education assessment will be, and should become, by 2050.

LINK: Dr. Edmund W. Gordon Battles to Eradicate Achievement Gap
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