Research addresses the achievement gap between minority, white students
WILLMAR -- Poverty and a lack of role models are contributing factors to a stubbornly persistent achievement gap between white and minority students.
The Minnesota Minority Education Partnership has spent the last 22 years looking at the situation of minority students in Minnesota. Last week Emmanuel Dolo, the partnership's research director, spoke at the Willmar Education and Arts Center about his most recent research.
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