“We actually could be the first large urban district to truly close the achievement gap for African-American and Latino students living in poverty,” said Jason Williams, executive director of Stand for Children’s Massachusetts affiliate. “That’s a tremendous opportunity.”
How about we make our city's public schools so sclerotic, nonsensical, dangerous, and unappealing that African-American and Latino students living in poverty only have to be compared with white and Asian students living in poverty? That would help close the achievement gap.
Verified Candidates for Boston Municipal Elections 2013 as of 6-7-13
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