Study Links Obama Presidency, Spike In Test Scores

Professor Ray Friedman and his colleagues made headlines for their study, which found a direct link between President Obama's election and a rise in scores among black student test-takers.

Friedman, professor of management at Vanderbilt University, talks with Tony Cox.



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