Integrating Schools Is a Matter of Housing Policy

Published in: Finding Common Ground: Coordinating Housing and Education Policy to Promote Integration / Philip Tegeler, ed. (Washington, DC: Poverty & Race Research Action Council, Oct. 2011), Chapter 1, p. 15-20

Posted on RAND.org on October 01, 2011

by Heather L. Schwartz

Inclusionary zoning and economic integration in suburban neighborhoods not only reduces concentration of poverty, it directly improves low-income children's academic achievement.

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