New York Times: Without Fixing Inequality, the Schools Are Always Going to Struggle

New York Times, May 14, 2020: Without Fixing Inequality, the Schools Are Always Going to Struggle

America’s teachers are on the front lines of connecting young people to opportunity, in the form of learning, employment, and emotional and physical health.

But teachers too often are working within structural inequalities that impede many students from achieving their potential. These issues begin with pollution and the stresses of poverty, and extend to economic segregation and inadequate school funding.

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