Early interventions could help African-American students

02/25/2009 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Most African-American students are lagging behind their white peers in Portland, Ore., by the third grade, and the majority never catch up, according to a study of school data from Multnomah County in Oregon. To close that achievement gap, researchers suggest early interventions to help African-American students keep pace with their peers.

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