Report: Achievement gaps hurt economy

04/24/2009 | NYTimes.com

The negative economic effects of poor performance by U.S. students -- especially those with economic, racial or geographic disadvantages -- has exceeded those of the recession, according to an independent report. Closing such achievement gaps would increase the nation's gross domestic product by some $3 billion to $5 billion per day, the report says.

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