Philadelphia schools' progress in closing achievement gap to be monitored

03/19/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Yesterday, a Commonwealth Court approved a plan that could resolve a 33-year-old desegregation lawsuit against the Philadelphia public schools system. The agreement calls for the case to be settled in three years if the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission finds schools have made adequate progress toward closing the racial achievement gap.

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