When neighborhoods gentrify, why aren't their public schools improvoing?
from The Atlantic
The ups and downs of gentrification have been chronicled thoroughly, but one of its consequences hasn't been widely addressed: the effect on neighborhood schools when a critical mass of well-educated, well-off people move in. Gentrification usually brings some benefits with it to a neighborhood. But does an influx of children from wealthier families make a positive difference to local public schools?
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