School Choice And Racial Segregation

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School choice programs can be defined as programs that utilize the family’s choice of school separate from the family’s choice of residence. School choice allocates for more schooling options compared to the limited choices due to assignment based off neighborhood. The main research question is how does school choice affect racial segregation. While racial integration remains a significant concern, many people are also concerned with the extent to which students who are challenging to educate, regardless of race, are concentrated in specific schools (Kahlenberg, 2000). The question can also include the effects of school choice programs on segregation through race and classism.
Racial integration is maybe harder to define because it requires

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