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Study: Education Gap Growing Between Rich, Poor

A new study suggests that the achievement gap between rich and poor students continues to grow wider, according to the New York Times. Differences in achievements of rich and poor students have taken a back seat to the gap between black and white children in education in the last 60 years. But during that time period, the gap between the former groups has risen while the gap between the latter has narrowed.
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