North Carolina studies ways to close racial achievement gap

09/30/2002 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

The racial achievement gap is more likely to be closed when parents are involved in their children's education. But finding ways to get parents involved has proven to be a challenge for school districts. Several districts in North Carolina are exploring groups, associations and other programs to help parents take a more active role in education.

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