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Strategy that narrows academic achievement gap by 63 percent

Americans don't like to discuss social class but new research finds it's imperative that colleges and universities do. A one-hour intervention by researchers closed the persistent academic achievement gap between students who are the first in their families to attend college and students with parents with a college degree. Key to the intervention's success is deliberate discussion of how one's social class background shapes one's college experience.
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