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Author(s):Kahlenberg, R
Title:A new way on school integration
Source:http://www.tcf.org/publications/education/schoo...
Date:2007
Organization:Equality and Education, a Century Foundation project
Short Description:This brief argues that socioeconomic integration provides a more powerful way of promoting academic achievement than racial integration.
Annotation:This brief argues that socioeconomic integration provides a more powerful way of promoting academic achievement than racial integration. At the same time, in order to enhance racial tolerance, in those jurisdictions where economic integration does not produce adequate racial integration as a byproduct, districts should use race, along with socioeconomic factors, in student assignment.
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Achievement Gap
Documents
Low-Income Students
Minority/Race/Ethnicity
National Perspectives
Policy
School Segregation/Integration Data

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