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Looking for Leverage: Issues of Classroom Research on "Algebra for All."
In the United States, African Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans have lower success rates and higher drop-out rates in mathematics than other racial or ethnic groups. Given that quantitative competency serves increasingly as a vehicle for economic enfranchisement, these differential success rates make mathematics achievement a civil rights issue.
Author/Creator: Schoenfeld, Alan H.
Date Published: 07-00
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