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Only 9 percent of South Carolinas poor and near-poor 8th grade students scored proficient or advanced in reading in 1998, while 29 percent of students from middle-class and affluent families scored proficient or better.
Miles To Go South Carolina (2002)

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Miles To Go: Maryland (547 kb)
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This report on the status of African Americans in public education in Maryland builds on SEFs original Miles to Go, which found that 45 years after Brown v. Board of Education, the states African Americans lagged significantly behind Whites in all measures of college access and success. An early call to action, it recommends Maryland invest in programs that improve college readiness and teacher preparation and increase financial aid to equalize opportunities for all students. <\p>

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