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Campaign for Educational Equity

Equity Matters Research Reviews

This peer-reviewed series of research reviews was commissioned by Campaign for Educational Equity from Teachers College faculty and other national experts from such centers as the Harvard Family Research Project and the National Center for Children and Families. Each review surveys the research literature in a particular area that contributes to comprehensive educational opportunity, analyzes what current research tells us about best practices to improve educational equity, and indicates what additional work needs to be done.

Ready, Douglas (2008). Class-Size Reduction: Policy, Politics and Implications for Equity, Equity Matters: Research Review No. 2. New York: The Campaign for Educational Equity.

Kagan, Sharon L. (2009). American Early Childhood: Preventing or Perpetuating Inequity?. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 3. New York: The Campaign for Educational Equity.

Gardner, M., Roth, Jodie L., Brooks-Gunn, J. (2009). Can After-School Programs Help Level the Playing Field for Disadvantaged Youth? Equity Matters: Research Review No. 4. New York: The Campaign for Educational Equity.

Weiss, H.B, Bouffard, S.M., Bridgall, B.L., Gordon E.W. (2009). Reframing Family Involvement in Education: Supporting Families to Support Educational Equity. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 5. New York: The Campaign for Educational Equity.

Basch, C.E. (2010). Healthier Students Are Better Learners: A Missing Link in Efforts to Close the Achievement Gap. Equity Matters: Research Review No. 6. New York: The Campaign for Educational Equity.