Non-Evidence about Tracking: Critiquing the New Report from the Fordham Institute
by Kevin G. Welner - December 14, 2009
A new report authored by Tom Loveless and published by the Fordham Institute misleads in an attempt to convince policymakers to maintain tracking policies. The report combines weak data with questionable analyses to manufacture a flawed argument against detracking.
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