Examining the Cross-Roads School Segregation in Indiana

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2017-05
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Center for Evaluation & Education Policy
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In partnership with the Civil Rights Project at UCLA, CEEP's research on demographic shifts shows that Indiana schools on average remain largely segregated by race, ethnicity, and family income. The analysis and accompanying data visualization, unveiled on the 63rd anniversary of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision, demonstrate that the lack of integration (or racial and socioeconomic diversity) in Indiana schools largely reflects residential segregation.
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