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Peter Schrag & Stephan Thernstrom. New York Book Review. 2/24/2005.
Reply to Richard Rothstein's critique of teh new book "No Excuses: Closing the Racial Gap in Learning" ["Must Schools Fail?" NYR, December 2, 2004]
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Richard Rothstein. New York Book Review. 12/2/2004.
The article reviews recent publications on Black-White student achievement gap.
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Richard Rothstein (Research associate of the Economic Policy Institute, and a visiting professor at Teachers College, Columbia University). Education Week. 5/19/2004.
The article reviews how social class influences the well-being of poor and minority household and its offspring.
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Richard Rothstein. New York Times. 7/10/2002.
Congress and the president have demanded that states raise academic standards, and every state has now complied. Yet state leaders have also recognized that disadvantaged students need extra help to achieve these higher standards.
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Richard Rothstein. New York Times. 1/17/2001.
During the trial of the recently decided New York school finance case, witnesses for the state testified that money did not really make a difference in education. Schools with more money, they said, do not necessarily do a better job. That claim, common in recent years, is certainly counterintuitive. If money does not matter, why do wealthy suburbs tax themselves so highly for expensive schools?
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Rothstein Richard. New York Times. 1/11/2001.
Raising academic standards may be a good idea but, like any policy, it has costs that can later haunt policymakers. Yesterday's decision on New York State school financing illustrates the dangers.
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