North Dakota's American Indian students face achievement gap

06/9/2006 | Bismarck Tribune (N.D.), The

Although their reading and math scores on state exams have been improving, American Indian students in North Dakota still trail the general population on state and national assessments. Some educators contend standardized tests are biased in favor of middle-class, suburban students, a view a North Dakota Department of Public Instruction official disputes.

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