EVENT: Can Enrollment Preferences Increase Equity in D.C. Schools?

EVENT: Can Enrollment Preferences Increase Equity in D.C. Schools?

07/21/2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Approximately one half of D.C.’s public and public charter school students are considered at-risk. But at-risk students and non-at-risk students are not evenly distributed across schools. Only 25 percent of at-risk students attend a highly-rated school, compared to 58 percent of non-at-risk students. And, in recent years, a majority of D.C. schools have become less […]

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