Thinktanks & Research

Do school secessions worsen racial segregation? It’s complicated

By Richard V. Reeves and Nathan Joo ● Brookings ● 07/11/2018

What if a school could breakaway from its district to form its own school system? It turns out that in many parts of the country schools can, and these ‘school secessions’ are happening with increasing frequency.

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