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Inequality Starts Early

August 8, 2017View for printing

Inequality between children from low-income families and those from high-income families starts early - and creates a daunting achievement gap.

"...children's earliest learning experiences and outcomes" vary considerably "based on their parents' incomes and education," Sara Mead writes in "Education Inequality Starts Early," a U.S. News and World Report article.

Mead focuses on children's earliest years, a topic she says is missing from recent debates about inequality.

by Alyssa Haywoode

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