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USA: Schools serving low-income students receive far fewer resources ...

USA: „Schools serving low-income students receive far fewer resources, face greater difficulties attracting qualified teachers and receive less support from parents. […] The inequalities of children's cognitive ability are substantial even before they start school and then these same disadvantaged children are placed in low-resource schools, further exacerbating the initial inequality.“

Sophia Shing u. a., „Mobile Technology Bridges the 30 Million Word Gap“. In: „Journal of Education at Practice“, Vo8, Nr. 9, 2017, S. 64