‘No Child Left Behind’ leaves some voters behind

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/09/150924184916.htm

Assigning schools failing grades increases affluent voter turnout in local elections, a researcher finds. Affluent, white citizens who were already more likely to vote do so in significantly greater numbers after their local schools are labeled “failing.” Voters who were previously unlikely to vote are only slightly more likely to go to the polls after school grades are issued.

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