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TitleSegregation and exposure to high-poverty schools in large metropolitan areas: 2008-09
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PublisherHarvard School of Public Health
DateSeptember 2010
Pages23 pp.
DescriptionRanks racial/ethnic segregation and exposure to high-poverty schools for public, primary school students in the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas. The findings reveal that black and Hispanic children attend very different schools than do white children and are disproportionately concentrated in high-poverty schools.
Filed inEducation > Achievement gap, Disparities > Education
TopicsDisparities, Education
Added09/28/2010 11:54am
Updated03/11/2015 09:00am

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