Interview: Deb Mallin of Literacy Matters explains what is being done to close achievement gaps in Minnesota

Updated: September 07, 2019 10:25 AM

Recently released test results show that Minnesota still has work to do when it comes to closing achievement gaps in schools.

Deb Mallin, who founded the Literacy Matters Foundation, joined KSTP's Brandi Powell to break down the test results and to describe what is being done to close achievement gaps.


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