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  • In an area where 72 percent of students live in a household without gainful employment and 46 percent of students do not live with their biological parents, education reform can not be viewed in isolation.


    Susan Hardy, an elementary school teacher in McDowell County, West Virginia, discusses the family and economic dynamics that affect a child's educational attainment.
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