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Appeared in: Volume 8, Number 1
Published on: August 10, 2012
Still Separate and Unequal

America's poorest students need extra educational resources just to keep pace with their more privileged peers. Instead, they get less—and teachers, principals and unions get blamed for the outcome.

Rhena Catherine Jasey currently teaches at The Equity Project Charter School, holds a B.A. from Harvard, an M.A. and M.Ed. from Columbia, was featured in a New York Times article, starred in The American Teacher movie and has appeared on numerous panels around the country discussing education issues.

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