How to close the achievement gap in America's schools

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Two children play a computer game in their Head Start classroom.
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Education expert Geoffrey Canada discusses the achievement gap between high and low-income students in America and how to close it.

Canada is well known for founding the Harlem Children's Zone, which aims to improve the lives of children in a 100-block area in Harlem.

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