Resegregation and Achievement Gap: Challenges to San Francisco School Desegregation

Der, Henry
March 2004
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2004, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p308
Academic Journal
Discusses the challenges faced by the San Francisco Unified School District in desegregating its schools and the likelihood that its schools will stay segregated. Impact of state fund allocation on student performance in African-American and Latino neighborhoods; Suggestion to go beyond desegregation and support community schools.


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