Boundary Crossing for Diversity, Equity and Achievement


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The first comprehensive study of the nation’s eight remaining inter-district school desegregation programs – which were expressly created to enable disadvantaged, black and Latino students cross school district boundary lines and attend affluent, predominantly white suburban public schools – has found that these programs help close black-white and Latino-white achievement gaps, improve racial attitudes and lead to long-term mobility and further education for the students of color who participate.

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