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Examining the Impact of Educational Vouchers & Choice on Educational Opportunity

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On March 5, researchers at the Civil Rights Project at UCLA organized a briefing on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. to shed some light on policies encouraging the use of educational vouchers to promote and expand choice in American education....

The Teachers L.A. Needs

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From the Los Angeles Normal School to the UCLA Teacher Education Program at Center X, a Commitment to Teaching By John McDonald It may not have been made of ivory, but it was a tower just the same. Moore Hall,...

New Data Reveals Pervasive Challenges to Expanded Opportunity Education Voucher Advocates Promise

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For Immediate Release February 28, 2018 Contact: Donald Gatlin, dgatlin@rabengroup.com, 202-587-2871 MEDIA ADVISORY – Monday, March 5, 2018 at 10:00am ET Civil rights and education experts to discuss new research findings at Capitol Hill briefing Washington, D.C. – On Monday, March 5 at 10am EST,...

Teaching about Economic Inequality is political, but not in the way you think

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This article was originally published by the Brown Center at Brookings in the Brown Center Chalkbook Blog.  By Joel Westheimer and John Rogers. Jeanne Wallace is a political liberal in a blue state who regularly talks with her high school...

New Study from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA Examines Impact of Gentrification on School Segregation in Washington D.C.

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Some promise, but severe segregation remains