Voters Choose Neighborhood Schools over Socioeconomic Diversity



By and 10/29/2009

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Education Next’s Paul Peterson and Chester E. Finn, Jr. talk this week (October 29) about Wake County, North Carolina, where voters earlier this month elected new school board members who have pledged to undo the county’s controversial policy of assigning students to schools based on income (to achieve diversity).

Listen to the Podcast

For more about the constitutionality of assigning students to schools in order to achieve diversity, see “Affirmative Action Docketed


Peterson and Finn’s previous podcasts:

The Nobel Committee Isn’t the Only One Giving Speculative Prizes (10/22/09)
Will Michelle Rhee Triumph? (10/14/09)
Will the Federal Role in Education Double?
(10/8/09)
Charter Schools Narrow Achievement Gaps in New York City (10/1/09)
What Congress Is Not Working On
(9/24/09)
Charter Schools, Unions, and Linking Teachers with Student Achievement Data
(9/17/09)




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