D. V.
April 2009
Education Week;4/8/2009, Vol. 28 Issue 28, p4
The article discusses a study by the Education Trust concerning the impact of federal stimulus spending on educational progress. A report by the organization entitled "Education Watch State Reports" notes that Louisiana is the only state in the United States to significantly narrow black-white achievement gaps.


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