Achievement gaps remain significant
| Jan 11, 2011
A new report shows that the achievement gap between white students and African American and Latino students in California will take years to narrow—and that boys are falling further behind girls.
"School districts are working diligently and collaboratively to narrow the gap by working with parents, by adding professional development for teachers and through student intervention," said Ronda Adams, associate superintendent for education services for the Yolo County Office of Education.
Read the full article by Diana Lambert in the Education section of The Sacramento Bee.