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Holding districts accountable and closing the racial achievement gap is the long game, but the first step is proving the problem’s scale. “People want to hear about the evidence,” says Rebecca Epstein, executive director of the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality, noting that raw DoE data isn’t adequately disaggregated by race and gender. This is where Discriminology comes in. “Traditional school report card platforms are focused heavily on testing,” Pitman says. “We look at everything else.”

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