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Document Number: 9483

Is Achievement Improving and Are Gaps Narrowing for Title I Students? State Test Score Trends Through 2008-09, Part 4 - The Center on Education Policy compared achievement trends since 2002 on state reading and mathematics tests for Title I students and for students not participating in Title I. They also examined whether achievement gaps had narrowed between Title I and non-Title I students. Key findings include: (1) Achievement on state reading and math tests have improved; (2) Gaps between Title I and non-Title I students have narrowed more often than widened; (2) When gaps narrowed it was most often because achievement improved at a faster rate for Title I students than non-Title I. (Center on Education Policy, August 2011)...


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