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Are We Still Linking Socioeconomic Status to Student Outcomes?

I joined Dr. Rod Berger for coffee, or should I say tea, to discuss my slightly emphatic reaction to recent studies looking at the role socioeconomic status has on students ability to achieve in U.S. schools. For additional perspective on this hot topic you might like to hear my co-author Mark Claypool on this episode of CoffeED.

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Previous episodes of CoffeED focused on the dropout issue. Check out our CoffeED episodes with Bill Milliken of Communities in Schools and a follow-up conversation with Milliken, Dan Domenech of the AASA and Mark Claypool of ChanceLight Behavioral Health and Education and McLaughlin’s co-author of We’re In This Together: Public-Private Partnerships in Special and At-Risk Education.

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