Unfulfilled Potential: High-Achieving Minority Students and the High School Achievement Gap in Math

@article{Kotok2017UnfulfilledPH,
  title={Unfulfilled Potential: High-Achieving Minority Students and the High School Achievement Gap in Math},
  author={Stephen Kotok},
  journal={The High School Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={100},
  pages={183 - 202}
}
This study uses multilevel modeling to examine a subset of the highest performing 9th graders and explores the extent that achievement gaps in math widen for high performing African American and Latino students and their high performing White and Asian peers during high school. Using nationally representative data from the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09), this study aims to address three research questions: 1) To what degree does the achievement gap widen between different… CONTINUE READING

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