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Featured News Study Finds Big Racial Gap in Suspensions of Middle School Students
In order to better understand the issues of efficacy and fairness in the use of out-of-school suspension, we address two questions: How frequently is suspension being used in our schools? Are there significant differences when we look at suspensions by race/ethnicity and gender? This report is designed to help answer these questions.
Featured News School Integration Efforts Three Years After PICS Ruling
Authors Adai Tefera, Genevieve Siegel-Hawley, and Erica Frankenberg synthesize major themes in local policymaking during the last year, as local school districts continue to grapple with legal and economic constraints on policies aimed at creating diverse schools.
Featured News CRP's Response to "Re-analysis" of Charter School Study
On April 27, 2010, Education Next posted a re-analysis and commentary of our February 2010 charter school report. Read our response, where we accurately explain what we did, why we did it, and the actual nature of our conclusions.
Featured News March 2010 Issue Highlights Papers from "Looking to the Future" Conference
The March 2010 issue of the North Carolina Law Review highlights scholarly articles first presented as draft papers at the April 2, 2009 conference
Featured News The Price of Retreat: Paying More for a Divided and Less Well-Educated Community in Wake County, North Carolina
After four months of debate, a newly configured school board voted on March 23, 2010 to end Wake County’s long-standing commitment to promoting racially and socioeconomically diverse schools. This statement, by various signatories working in civil rights research including the Civil Rights Project co-directors, is a brief glimpse into the past—or a look at school systems around the South no longer working towards the goal of integration— and suggests that serious, negative consequences await North Carolina’s largest district.
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