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Imagine the uproar if we were to explain that the educational bar should be lower for girls than boys?!

I came of age as a teacher in the 1980’s, and in that era we read studies in teacher education courses about students whose school careers had been defined by race. Research had shown that teachers who expected children of color to perform worse than their white peers in fact brought those results to pass, with few achieving on a level […]