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Author(s):Kahlenberg, R
Title:Helping children move from bad schools to good ones
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Annotation:This report addresses the common phenomenon of economic segregation in Americn public schools and examines the impact of this form of segregation on student achivement and the achievement gap. Policies are advocated that would enable low-income families to move their children out of high poverty schools.
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Achievement Gap
Low-Income Students

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