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Discrimination in Elite Public Schools: Investigating Buffalo, edited by Gary Orfield and Jennifer B. Ayscue, is now available via Teachers College Press.

Accountability and Opportunity in Higher Education, edited by Gary Orfield and Nicholas Hillman, is now available via Harvard Education Press.

 
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Press Release Experiencing Integration in Louisville: How Parents and Students See the Gains and Challenges
The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles released the much-anticipated results of their survey of Jefferson County, KY parents and high school students regarding diverse education in the county’s public schools. “Experiencing Integration in Louisville: How Parents and Students See the Gains and Challenges,” is an analysis of survey responses regarding the public’s experiences with integration efforts after the implementation of the Jefferson County Public Schools’ (JCPS) new student assignment plan, which began in 2009.
Press Release A Threat to the Integrity of Civil Rights Research in Arizona and Elsewhere
CRP views the demands by the Arizona court in the Horn v. Flores case -- that confidential information be disclosed and that assurances to respondents be systematically ignored and violated -- to be a direct threat not only to civil rights and educational research, but also to the confidence any respondent could have about the disclosure of confidential information, which political leaders of a state might want to demand in the midst of a trial.
Press Release 9 Studies Document the Educational Condition of Arizona's English Learners
In an unprecedented collaboration, 21 senior scholars and advanced graduate students from four major research universities joined together as the Arizona Educational Equity Project, under the aegis of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA, to produce nine new studies on the condition of English learner students in Arizona.
Press Release Call for Proposals: The Impact of Budget Cuts on Underrepresented Students in the CSU System
Proposals will be due by April 20. Draft papers will be due by July 1 and will be discussed in an academic roundtable at UCLA on July 9. Authors will have until August 25th to revise their papers in light of suggestions and questions coming out of the roundtable and peer review.
Press Release Report Examines Graduation Rates Among American Indian and Alaska Native Students in Twelve States
On average, less than 50% of American Indian and Alaska Native students from the Pacific and Northwestern regions of the United States graduate high school, according to a new study released. Findings indicate that the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives who graduate continues to be a matter of urgent concern.
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