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Improving Upper Grade Math Achievement via the Integration of a Culturally Responsive Curriculum
This report describes an intervention program for increasing mathematical achievement of African American students. Within the targeted population, it was evident that the disparity in math achievement between African American and White students was increasing each year. The targeted population consisted of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade mathematics students in a stable, middle class neighborhood.
Author/Creator: Pajkos, Diane, Klein-Collins, John
Date Published: 12-00
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