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Date: Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 10:25 AM
Subject: Outlining Opportunities for Inequality Research
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*Outlining Opportunities for Inequality Research *

*Research and Responses to Inequality*
In “Inequality Matters
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the first paper in our series surveying the broad landscape of inequality
research, Stanford University’s Prudence Carter and Sean Reardon identify
areas where research might lead to new responses to inequality. Today on
the WTG blog, Professors Carter and Reardon summarize some of their
findings and underscore opportunities for researchers to better understand
and tackle this growing issue, with a focus on children and youth.

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