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The Distribution and Isolation of Students across Schools by Race, Income, Special Education, ELL, and Achievement

Conference
The Urban Education Future?
Lessons from New Orleans 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina -- Videos are now available on our conference page.
Date & Time
Saturday, June 20, 2015
9:45–11:15 am
Session ID
Breakout 3.8
Participants
Vivian Louie, Moderator Lindsay Weixler, Research Presenter Deirdre Burel, Panelist Eden Heilman, Panelist Patricia Perkins, Panelist
Location
Sheraton Hotel
Room: Grand Ballroom E
500 Canal St.
New Orleans LA 70130 Map and directions

The live webcast will be available on our livestream page shortly before it starts.

The Distribution and Isolation of Students Across Schools by Race, Income, Special Education, and English Language Learning

Does choice lead to greater integration or segregation across schools based on race, income, special education, ELL, and/or achievement? How does the distribution of students across schools under the reformed school system compare to schools in New Orleans pre-Katrina? How important is integration as a goal for the New Orleans community?

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