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Charter School Diversity: Too black, too white, or just right?

posted on in City & County Government, Economic Growth & Development, Education (PreK-12)
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A state law that mandates racial/ethnic balance for charter schools contradicts another law that requires charter schools to use an enrollment lottery when applicants outnumber available seats. It is impossible for charter schools to use random (lottery) and non-random (affirmative action) student selection mechanisms simultaneously.


Spotlight 390 Charter School Diversity: Too black, too white, or just right?

Dr. Stoops is the director of the Center for Effective Education. Before joining the Locke Foundation in 2005, he worked as the program assistant for the Child Welfare Education Programs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. He… ...

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