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Efforts to equalize the funds available to school districts, a major

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The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 11th Edition, 2005

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Question No.: SC 34
Page: 642

Efforts to equalize the funds available to school districts, a major goal of education reformers and many states in the 1970’s, has not significantly reduced the gaps existing between the richest and poorest districts.

(A) has not significantly reduced the gaps existing
(B) has not been significant in reducing the gap that exists
(C) has not made a significant reduction in the gap that exists
(D) have not significantly reduced the gap that exists
(E) have not been significant in a reduction of the gaps existing


look at choice E
"reduction" in choice E can not refer to subject "effort ". So, it is unclear who makes the reduction. this in unclear meaning. E is gond
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