More on that pricey Achievement Gap

Matthew Yglesias is one of the smarter people out there on the blogs, and he also does some writing on the McKinsey report noted yesterday:

There’s much more to improving educational outcomes than spending money at random, but insofar as you identify a use for the money that’s genuinely useful it’s worth spending extremely freely.

And definitely check out the fascinating chart at the bottom of the post.

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One Response to More on that pricey Achievement Gap

  1. […] worth your consideration. Like Matthew Yglesias, Burrell’s new series deconstructing the McKinsey Report adds a great perspective to the […]

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