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The Fragmentation of Metropolitan Public School Districts and the Segregation of American Schools: A Longitudinal Analysis


by Meredith P. Richards & Kori J. Stroub — 2014


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 116 Number 12, 2014, p. 1-30
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17693, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 8:13:03 AM
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About the Author
  • Meredith Richards
    Southern Methodist University
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    MEREDITH P. RICHARDS is an assistant professor of education policy and leadership at Southern Methodist University. Her research focuses on exploring the effects of educational policies on equity and stratification in schools and situating policies in their metropolitan and geographic contexts. Recent publications include: Richards, M. P. (Forthcoming). The gerrymandering of school attendance zones and the segregation of American schools: A geospatial analysis. American Educational Research Journal; Richards, M. P., & Stroub, K. J. (Forthcoming). An accident of geography? Assessing the gerrymandering of public school attendance zones. Teachers College Record, 17(7); and Stroub, K. J., & Richards, M. P. (2013). From resegregation to reintegration: Trends in metropolitan school segregation, 1993-2010. American Educational Research Journal, 50(3), 497–531.
  • Kori Stroub
    University of Texas at Austin
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    KORI J. STROUB is a doctoral student in education policy at the University of Texas at Austin. His research examines the causes and consequences of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic inequality in education, with a particular emphasis on the effects that integration and choice policies have on school segregation and educational outcomes. Recent publications include: Stroub, K. J., & Richards, M. P. (2013). From resegregation to reintegration: Trends in metropolitan school segregation, 1993–2010. American Educational Research Journal, 50(3), 497–531; Richards, M. P., Stroub, K. J., & Holme, J. J. (2012). Can NCLB choice work? Modeling the effects of inter-district choice on student access to higher-performing schools. In R. Kahlenberg (Ed.), The future of school integration: Diversity as an education reform strategy. Washington, DC: The Century Foundation; and Richards, M. P., Stroub, K. J., & Vasquez Heilig, J. (2012). Achieving diversity in the Parents Involved era: Evidence for geographic integration plans in metropolitan school districts. Berkeley Journal of African-American Law and Policy, 14.
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