Schools have key role to play in solving racial inequities

Educational inequities that lead to racial achievement gaps can be solved by ensuring that students from minority and low-income households have access to high-quality teachers, extended learning periods and opportunities for learning, and exposure to rigorous courses as well as arts and physical education, writes Susan H. Fuhrman, president of Columbia University's Teachers College.

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