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Along the way, certainly, those efforts have produced individual successes — schools and programs that make a genuine difference for some low-income students — but they have led to little or no improvement in the performance of low-income children as a whole.
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For the first time, a majority of the country’s public school students — 51 percent of them, to be precise — fell below the federal government’s threshold for being “low income,” meaning they were eligible for a free or subsidized school lunch.
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This wasn’t an overnight development; according to data compiled by the Southern Education Foundation, the percentage of American public school students who are low income has been rising steadily since the foundation started tracking the number in 1989.
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(Back then fewer than a third of students met the definition.) Passing the 50 percent mark may be a symbolic distinction, but as symbols go it is an important one. Department of Education, the gap in eighth-grade reading and math test scores between low-income students and their wealthier peers hasn’t shrunk at all over the past 20 years.
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