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Press Release COVID-19 Increases Urgency to End School Suspensions for Minor Student Misbehavior, Prioritize Supportive Services not Police
As students throughout the country face months of lost instruction, economic and health stressors, inequitable access to long distance learning, and inadequate ...
Research Item Segregation Again: North Carolina’s Transition from Leading Desegregation Then to Accepting Segregation Now
This report investigates trends in school segregation in North Carolina over the last two decades by examining measures of concentration, exposure, and ...
Press Release Report Finds Over Half of Maryland’s Black Students Attend Intensely Segregated Schools
Maryland’s public school students are increasingly segregated by race and class, in spite of growing diversity in student enrollment statewide. The report is ...
Press Release New York Schools Most Segregated in the Nation
UCLA report identifies alarming trends throughout the Empire State.
Press Release North Carolina’s Black Students Increasingly Isolated in Schools after Many Desegregation Plans Dissolved
Racial and Economic Isolation Intensifies Despite an Increasingly Multiracial Enrollment.
Research Item A Multiracial Society With Segregated Schools: Are We Losing the Dream?
Today, our nation’s public schools are becoming steadily more nonwhite, as the minority student enrollment approaches 40% of all U.S. public school students, ...
Press Release Northern New England Schools Experience Early Racial Change
In this report, school segregation in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont is analyzed and found to be presently modest and localized, especially compared to ...
Press Release Decades of Inaction Lead to Worst Segregaton in Pennsylvania Schools in Two Decades
Using statewide public school enrollment data from 1989 to 2010, a new report examines changes in school enrollment and segregation at the state-level as well ...
Research Item The CSU Crisis and California's Future: Authors and Abstracts
These reports analyze the impact of the fiscal cutbacks on opportunity for higher education in the California State University system, the huge network of 23 ...
Research Item Choice Without Equity:
 Charter School Segregation and the Need for Civil Rights Standards
The charter school movement has been a major political success, but it has been a civil rights failure. As the country continues moving steadily toward ...
Press Release New Report Shows Schools in the Nation’s Capital Remain Intensely Segregated; Charter Schools are most segregated in the City
The UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles today released a new research report on segregation and its alternatives in Washington D.C. showing ...
Press Release Brown at 65 -- No Cause for Celebration
As the nation prepares to mark the 65th anniversary of the landmark Brown v Board of Education ruling declaring segregation in public schools unconstitutional, ...
Research Item Closing the School Discipline Gap in California: Signs of Progress
This report describes the most current state and district suspension rates, and covers both trends and racial disparities in the use of suspension in ...
Research Item Miles to Go: A Report on School Segregation in Virginia, 1989-2010
Despite Virginia’s long history with school desegregation, little political attention has been paid to the growing multi-racial diversity of the state’s ...
Research Item Losing Ground: School Segregation in Massachusetts
The time has come for Massachusetts to get serious about dealing more effectively with its diversity. Because the nonwhite populations have historically been ...
Research Item Is Opportunity Knocking or Slipping Away? Racial Diversity and Segregation in Pennsylvania
As a slow-growth increasingly diverse state with an aging population, Pennsylvania needs to think hard about its continued passive acceptance of segregated and ...
Research Item Arizona Educational Equity Project: Abstracts and Papers
This page links to nine papers received as part of the Arizona Educational Equity Project: 21 senior scholars and advanced graduate students from four major ...
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Page Dropouts in America: How severe is the problem? 
What do we know about intervention and prevention?
On January 13, 2001, CRP held its first conference on high school dropouts and reform policies to tackle this problem. Co-sponsored with Achieve Inc., it ...

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