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Highlights from the Dispelling The Myths That Hamper Black Student Success Summit 2014

Dr. Jon McGee, anthropologist from Texas State University, discusses the invention and history of race at DTMS 2014.

By Michelle Brooks-Garcia

Should race be a legitimate factor in predicting student academic success?

Each year, millions of dollars are spent to study why it is that some students, namely students of color and those from lower economic backgrounds, continue to under perform on both state aptitude tests and on widely accepted standardized tests like the ACT and SAT when compared to their white counterparts. [READ MORE]

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