Public transportation won't solve Denver's school choice woes, study finds
from Chalkbeat Colorado
Providing all Denver middle and high school students with free public transportation is unlikely to result in equal access to the city's best schools, according to a new analysis from the Center on Reinventing Public Education in Washington state. The concentration of the best schools in central Denver, coupled with the city's large size and geographic quirks, mean that only 58 percent of students could get to one of the small number of top-rated middle and high schools in 30 minutes or less by public transit, the study found.
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