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Do race-based stressors contribute to the achievement gap?

Schools, teacher quality and family income all play a large role in student success, but these factors do not fully explain the academic differences seen in the U.S. between whites and disadvantaged racial/ethnic minorities, including blacks and Hispanics. Stress of racial discrimination may help explain racial/ethnic differences in achievement, new research suggests.
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