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What trends in student achievement data might indicate that there are problems in curriculum alignment?

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Asked by adollis Friday Jun 3rd 2011 in K-8 Education
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Gaps continue to remain when comparing students achievements by ethnicity, race and income. In fact in some cases, the achievement gaps are growing rather than shrinking, especially with Native American, African American and low income students. There also continues to be data based on gender differences, especially between girls and boys in reading.

Although progress appears to be occurring, it is slow. At the current rate, the gaps will take years to close. Curriculum needs to be constantly reevaluated to be sure the right information is being taught to all students.

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