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Why Boundaries Matter: A Study of Five Separate and Unequal Long Island School Districts

Why Boundaries Matter: A Study of Five Separate and Unequal Long Island School Districts
 

Why Boundaries Matter: A Study of Five Separate and Unequal Long Island School Districts

Final Report to the Long Island Index
July, 2009
Teachers College, Columbia University
Center for Understanding Race and Education (CURE)
Amy Stuart Wells, Principal Investigator
Bianca Baldridge, Jacquelyn Duran, Richard Lofton, Allison Roda,
Miya Warner, Terrenda White & Courtney Grzesikowski, Research Associates

This study underscores pervasive racial and ethnic segregation across Long Island’s School Districts and how our suburban system of disparate villages and hamlets impacts students’ equal access to high quality education.

Follow this link for the full report.

 

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