Urban education’s troubling cycle of disappointment | IN 60 SECONDS

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Every few years, school districts are lauded for their remarkable numbers and held up as national models — that is, until those numbers are unmasked as deceptive. AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains how we can learn from the long history of these falsified statistics.

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