California's achievement gap skews along racial lines

Poor white California students continue to outscore middle-class blacks and Latinos on the state's latest standardized tests. "These are not just economic achievement gaps," state Superintendent Jack O'Connell said. "They are racial achievement gaps, and we cannot continue to excuse them."

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