- Title Pages
- Standing at a Crossroads
- School Choice as a Civil Right
- Integration after Parents Involved
- Advancing the Integration Agenda under the Obama Administration and Beyond
- School Racial and Ethnic Composition and Young Children's Cognitive Development
- Southern Graduates of School Desegregation
- Legally Viable Desegregation Strategies
- Regional Coalitions and Educational Policy
- Socioeconomic School Integration
- The Effects of Socioeconomic School Integration Policies on Racial School Desegregation
- Is Class Working?
- Using Geography to Further Racial Integration
- Magnet Schools, MSAP, and New Opportunities to Promote Diversity
- Resource Allocation Post–Parents Involved
- Improving Teaching and Learning in Integrated Schools
- Latinos, Language, and Segregation Options for a More Integrated Future
- Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity
- Linking Housing and School Integration to Growth Management
Looking to the Future
- (p.1) Introduction
- Integrating Schools in a Changing Society
- University of North Carolina Press
This book explores the meaning of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1 (PICS, 2007) and what is possible in its aftermath and in current policy. It presents what new evidence exists about integrated education and its relationship to equality in educational opportunity; what the political prospects are; what we know about new policy alternatives, including using socioeconomic status; and what the federal role could be in encouraging such options.
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