The Continued Nexus between School and Residential Segregation

Ong, Paul M.; Rickles, Jordan
March 2004
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2004, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p260
Academic Journal
Examines how the residential location of children reinforces school segregation. Relationship between metropolitan-level school and residential segregation for African-American, Asians/Pacific Islander, and Hispanic children; Segregation relationships for primary grade school students; Focus on extent of minority segregation from non-Hispanic whites.


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