“Stuck Schools Revisited: Beneath the Averages” shows why a national focus on turning around the lowest performing schools, while needed, is not enough to raise achievement and close gaps. The report analyzes student achievement data from Maryland and Indiana, which reflect the outcomes seen in other states. The results confirm a troubling pattern: Some schools that rank as “high performing” overall are leaving certain subgroups of students behind.

Full Report

Published: April 27, 2011

Math Results by Subgroup

Closing the Gaps Across the Achievement Spectrum


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