Are High Quality Schools Enough to Close the Achievement Gap? Evidence from a Social Experiment in Harlem
In this report, authors Will Dobbie and Roland Fryer, Jr. of Harvard University present an empirical study of the Harlem Children's Zone. By the time students reach middle school, the Harlem Children's Zone is capable of eliminating the Black-White achievement gap in mathematics and significantly reduce it in English Language Arts.
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