WASHINGTON (AP) — Students attending private schools in the nation’s capital through a federally funded voucher program are doing worse in math compared to their peers, according to a government study released Thursday. 584 more words
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Profile of Students in arts schools:
The study, “Market ‘Choices’ or Structured Pathways? How Specialized Arts Education Contributes to the Reproduction of Inequality,” by Gaztambide-Fernández and Gillian Parekh reviews student data enrolled in TDSB arts schools and determine that they serve mostly affluent families and students with access to high levels of social and cultural capital. 251 more words
Here Are the Resources You Need to Make the Right Choice for Your Family
For decades, Black families in Chicago’s inner city have searched for the best option regarding the education of their children. 1,684 more words
Click on the link to apply. The deadline to apply is April 30, 2017.