The Politics of Educational Inequality
General Catalog Course Title:
The Politics of Educational Inequality
Terms Offered:
Spring 2016

This course explores the state of U.S. public education, particularly how success within that system varies by race, class, and gender. It explores educational attainment across different groups within the U.S. and then looks at how the structure of educational policymaking affects different types of students. It concludes by investigating the varied impact of different approaches to reform, with an eye toward identifying how best to reduce educational inequality in the United States. 

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