The evidence is overwhelming that integrating our schools and communities is likely to be the most effective way to reduce inequality and inter-generational poverty in American society. This piece does a decent job of explaining why we put so little effort into the obvious solution.
It concludes by asking whether the “rancorous, vicious, factious spirit” that has descended on our country might lead to a renewed interest in integration. Our experience in New York City is that it can and it has. We are proud to work with parents of all backgrounds across the city who have said ENOUGH.
Read the article here.
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