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The panel of experts that recently gathered on Martha’s Vineyard to discuss the achievement gap in public education included (from l to r): Lawrence D. Bobo, W. E. B. Du Bois professor of social sciences at Harvard University; Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of Students First and former chancellor of Washington, D.C. Public Schools; James P. Comer, founder of the Comer School Development Program and Maurice Falk Professor of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine; Diane Ravitch, research professor of education at New York University; Angel L. Harris, assistant professor of sociology at Princeton University; and Charlayne Hunter Gault, moderator.

The panel of experts that recently gathered on Martha’s Vineyard to discuss the achievement gap in public education included (from l to r): Lawrence D. Bobo, W. E. B. Du Bois professor of social sciences at Harvard University; Michelle Rhee, founder and CEO of Students First and former chancellor of Washington, D.C. Public Schools; James P. Comer, founder of the Comer School Development Program and Maurice Falk Professor of psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine; Diane Ravitch, research professor of education at New York University; Angel L. Harris, assistant professor of sociology at Princeton University; and Charlayne Hunter Gault, moderator.

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