Too Many Children Left Behind: How Can We Close the Achievement Gap?

Too Many Children Left Behind: How Can We Close the Achievement Gap?

by Fannie Flono

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ISBN-13: 9781946206138
Publisher: National Issues Forums Institute
Publication date: 01/01/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 26
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Fannie Flono is a long-time award-winning journalist who has worked at newspapers throughout the Southeast. She retired in 2014 after 30 years at the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer where she was associate editor and columnist and a member of the Observer’s editorial board.

She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. She was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 1999 and the Batten Professor of Public Policy at Davidson College in 2008. She received an honorary doctorate from the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 2016. She has traveled extensively on fellowships to Europe and Asia, and has received several honors including the Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Award.

She is the author of the 2006 book, “Thriving in the Shadows,” and has written and edited several issue books for the Kettering Foundation.
Fannie Flono is a long-time award-winning journalist who has worked at newspapers throughout the Southeast. She retired in 2014 after 30 years at the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer where she was associate editor and columnist and a member of the Observer’s editorial board.

She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. She was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University in 1999 and the Batten Professor of Public Policy at Davidson College in 2008. She received an honorary doctorate from the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 2016. She has traveled extensively on fellowships to Europe and Asia, and has received several honors including the Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Award.

She is the author of the 2006 book, “Thriving in the Shadows,” and has written and edited several issue books for the Kettering Foundation.

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