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Changing Neighborhoods to Increase Educational Opportunity
Relocation programs improve the environment and opportunities of lowincome families, but fail to revitalize inner city, poor neighborhoods (policy option 2). Inessence, mobilization efforts cause ancillary risks. In all ...
Setting the Precedent: NYC Education Reforms 2002-2007
This paper examines the process of reform in NYC, over the past five years, to determine whether the reforms have adequately addressed the problems within the NYC school system. The paper begins by examining the conditions ...
A Spectacular Minority: Charter Schools that Respond to the Problem of Poverty in Public Education
There are two important questions to keep in mind throughout this paper. The first of these is how "success" ought to be defined. Is it college entrance and graduation? Is it a certain type or level of occupation; that is, ...