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Author(s):Kahlenberg, R
Title:Using socioeconomic diversity to improve school outcomes
Organization:Century Foundation
Short Description:This presentation describes school districts pursuing socioeconomic integration, examines the use of class versus race to pursue integration, and describes the benefits of socioeconomic integration for students, parents, teachers, and principals.
Annotation:This presentation describes school districts pursuing socioeconomic integration, examines the use of class versus race to pursue integration, and describes the benefits of socioeconomic integration for students, parents, teachers, and principals.
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Elementary School
High School
Low-Income Students
Middle School
School Reform

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