Seventh grade science students react as a fellow pupil re-creates the effects of a volcano, by popping the cap of a plastic bottle after shaking it full of vinegar and baking soda, before a visit to the class by U.S. President George W. Bush at the Harlem Village Academy Charter School in New York April, 24, 2007 (REUTERS/Jason Reed).
Does Expanding School Choice Increase Segregation?
May 15, 2013,
Some critics of school choice argue that it will lead to increased segregation by race and class. Matthew Chingos takes a look at nine years of data to see if school choice impacts the composition of schools over time.