Has Integration Made Raleigh’s Schools Great?



By 03/02/2010

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Nathan Glazer talks with Education Next about whether the policy of assigning students to schools to achieve socioeconomic diversity in Raleigh-Wake County has worked, as argued by Gerald Grant’s 2009 book, Hope and Despair in the American City: Why There are No Bad Schools in Raleigh.

For more of Glazer’s thoughts on Grant’s book, please see “Tale of Two Cities,” in the Spring 2010 issue of Education Next.




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