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How zoning policies affect student achievement

This was written by Richard D. Kahlenberg, senior fellow at The Century Foundation. It first appeared on the foundation’s website. By Richard D. Kahlenberg Americans value equal educational opportunity, but our system has always undercut that goal with housing, zoning, and school assignment policies that consign low-income students to high-poverty schools where they tend to perform worse.
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