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Author(s):Orfield, G., and Lee, C
Title:Why segregation matters: Poverty and educational inequality
Organization:Harvard Civil Rights Project
Short Description:Examines the changing nature of segregation and integration and explores some of the connections between segregation by race, segregation by poverty, and unequal opportunity.
Annotation:"This report examines the changing nature of segregation and integration in a society that has now become far more profoundly multiracial than it was in the past and explores some of the connections between segregation by race, segregation by poverty, and unequal opportunity."
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African Americans
Low-Income Students
National Perspectives
School Segregation/Integration Data

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