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HER Classic Empowering Minority Students: A Framework for Intervention

@inproceedings{Cummins2001HERCE,
  title={HER Classic Empowering Minority Students: A Framework for Intervention},
  author={J. David Cummins},
  year={2001}
}
In 1986, the Harvard Educational Review published Jim Cummins’s article “Empowering Minority Students: A Framework for Intervention,” which offered a theoretical framework for addressing the achievement gap of minority students. Despite considerable attention to this issue, educators have seen little encouraging progress. Even now, fifteen years after its original publication, Cummins’s article provides insightful perspective and practical advice about a vexing problem. Because of its relevance… Expand

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