Minority Students Don't Only Get Less Experienced Teachers, They Also Get Less Effective Ones

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It’s already known that low-income students of color generally have less experienced teachers, but a new study from the Center for American Progress reveals they have less effective teachers, too.
The Center For American Progress report, released Friday, analyzed the evaluation scores of teachers in low-income and affluent districts in both Massachusetts and Louisiana.
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