Economic and Social Correlatives of School Progress in New York City
by J. B. Maller - 1933
To what extent is the educational status of a school correlated with the social-economic status of its neighborhood? Is it possible to predict the rate of progress in a given school from knowledge of its location and from the above-mentioned environmental factors? The purpose of the present research was to throw light on these questions.
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