Detroit’s problem-plagued public schools have less of a racial gap in test scores than Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools – because all groups in Detroit score low.
Detroit’s problem-plagued public schools have less of a racial gap in test scores than Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools – because all groups in Detroit score low. Carlos Osorio AP
Detroit’s problem-plagued public schools have less of a racial gap in test scores than Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools – because all groups in Detroit score low. Carlos Osorio AP
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How Detroit schools ‘beat’ CMS – and why that’s not so bad

May 11, 2016 03:38 PM

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