"Whenever we talk about neighborhood and school segregation, they really go hand in hand," Owens said. "There's really a feedback loop, and it's often framed as, we can never have integrated schools while we have segregated neighborhoods, but the flip side is true, as well. As long as schools are unequal and linked to neighborhoods, that's going to play a big role in neighborhood segregation."
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Fifteen years on...
...and we still have an achievement gap...and that isn't the only gap we have: