How segregated are schools in the 100 largest metropolitan areas by income from the 1990s to the late 2000s? What are possible causes for segregation between the school districts?
Inequality in Children's Contexts: Trends and Correlates of Economic Segregation Between School Districts, 1990-2010
What is the relationship between school and housing segregation at the metropolitan area level? Do trends in segregation differ by region of the country, specifically in the South and outside of the South?
1) Does the High School Equalization Policy (HSEP) relate to the separation of low and high SES students between schools? 2) Does school’s socioeconomic composition relate to student achievement?
A Comparison of Academic Achievement and Adherence to the Common School Ideal in Public and Catholic School
1) Does the academic advantage that was observed in Catholic high schools more than two decades ago continue to hold for contemporary students in Catholic middle schools? 2) How closely do difference school sectors adhere to the common school ideal?
Extent to which neighborhoods’ % white is replicated across generations & the extent to which HS’ & colleges’ percent white mediates this relationship.
This paper examines why segregation by educational disadvantage has only recently emerged as a policy issue in the Netherlands. In addition, it documents the levels and trends ofschool segregation in Dutch cities.
School Segregation in Metropolitan Regions, 1970-2000: The Impacts of Policy Choices on Public Education
Evaluate how court orders and federal intervention affected segregation within school districts in the post-Brown period.
Consider the role of school and neighborhood segregation in explaining trends in the black-white schooling gap.
Coloring Outside the Color Lines: Racial Segregation in Public Schools and their Attendance Boundaries
Impact of student enrollment in private schools on levels of racial segregation across urban school districts.
Understand student achievement in public schools in majority black suburbs
Firsthand accounts of how segregation and apartheid continues in America’s inner city schools and how teachers at those schools persist against the odds.
Describes Chicago’s patchwork system of school choice.
Court-Ordered Desegregation: Successes and Failures Integrating American Schools Since Brown Versus Board of Education
The purpose is to assess whether desegregation plans led to losses in white enrollment and examine the effects of plans on the loss of white students.
Examines segregation, demographic change, and educational attainment in the Boston metropolitan area during 1990s.
Example of a segregated metropolitan region that produced a segregated school system & defied multiple efforts at significant school desegregation.
Analyzed elementary schools in five California metropolitan areas to examine the extent that the racial composition of schools deviates from neighborhood compositions, and investigate the potential for schools to promote racial integration.
Racial Segregation in Georgia Public Schools 1994-2001: Trends, Causes and Impact on Teacher Quality
Racial Segregation in GA Public Schools.
What are the choices of the parents who advocates feel are unfairly privileged in the existing educational system?
Integrating Neighborhoods, Segregating Schools: The Retreat from School Desegregation in the South, 1990-2000
Examines the relationship between residential segregation, public school segregation, and private school enrollment in the South in the 1990s.
1) What is the prevalence and effects of Chicano segregation?
2) What is the history of Chicano segregation and racism towards Chicanos?
3) What are the contemporary issues in Chicano segregation? 4) What has been or can be done to integrate Chicano students?
Assesses the extent to which African Americans versus non-Hispanic Whites attend schools with children with limited English proficiency (LEP).
Examines recent trends in enrollment and racial composition in urban public schools. Does desegregation contribute to white enrollment losses?
Examines whites’ stated residential preferences,not just for African American neighbors but also for Hispanics and Asians, to determine relationships between race and residential segregation.
The relationship between growing minority enrollments in suburban schools and changes in segregation levels in suburban schools.
A complex conversation about the separate but unequal situation in many schools today, resulting in a call for a re-examination of school choice policies across the country to bring about more racial and social class integration
To describe and explain conclusions about desegregation policy, especially to show how these viewpoints have evolved from legal doctrines, social and science research, and extensive case experience
Investigates the link between ethnic externality and ethnic neighborhoods
Social-Psychological Processes that Perpetuate Racial Segregation: The Relationship Between School and Employment Desegregation
Study processes that perpetuate segregation.
Relationship between schools and housing and specifically the relocation behavior of minority households.