Analysis: School poverty level, achievement linked

07/5/2005 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

According to a Chicago Tribune analysis, middle-class black students had higher passing rates on the state reading tests in elementary schools where fewer than half the students were low-income. Experts believe schools with large concentrations of poor students have fewer resources, a higher rate of staff and student turnover and lower expectations for pupils.

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