How school district boundaries can create more segregated schools

To a very large extent, school segregation is a mechanical result of residential segregation. America’s public schools, by and large, look like America’s neighborhoods. That’s the broad conclusion of our new report “Balancing Act: Schools, Neighborhoods, and Racial Imbalance.” Explore the accompanying interactive to see the racial mix of every school and neighborhood in the … Continue reading How school district boundaries can create more segregated schools