Author: Ferguson, Ronald F., & Mehta, Jal

Title: Why Racial Integration and Other Policies Since Brown v. Board of Education Have Only Partially Succeeded at Narrowing the Achievement Gap

University Affiliation: Harvard University

Email: ronald_ferguson@Harvard.Edu

Research Question: Reviews previous literature to investigate why the achievement gap continues despite desegregation efforts.

Published: Yes

Journal Name or Institutional Affiliation: National Academies Press

Journal Entry: Achieving High Educational Standards for All, pp. 183-208

Year: 2011

Findings:

Scholarship Type Book

Keywords: Ability Groups, Class Size, Desegregation, Tracking

Regions National

Methodologies: Qualitative

Research Designs: Literature Review, Narrative Review

Method of Analysis: Content Analysis

Sampling Frame: Previous studies

Sample Types: Nonrandom

Unit of Analysis: Document

Data Types: Qualitative-Longitudinal

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