California’s African-American and Latino students continue to score lower than their white and Asian counterparts on standardized tests. In a special live broadcast from our Sacramento studios, we look at new efforts to close this achievement gap.

Jack O'Connell, superintendent of public instruction for the State of California and organizer of the two-day Achievement Gap Summit being held this week at the Sacramento Convention Center
Glenn Singleton, executive director of the Pacific Educational Group
Jeannie Oakes, director of UCLA's Institute for Democracy, Education and Access

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