Closing the achievement gap
LITTLE FALLS — Closing achievements gaps in education isn’t just about student scores on math or reading tests. It’s about the health of communities.
That was the repeated message Thursday at the Equity and Excellence in Education Central Lakes Summit. The session brought together a diverse leadership from education, business and nonprofits, along with elected officials at the Initiative Foundation in Little Falls.
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