Coordination of Community Systems and Institutions to Promote Housing and School Integration

Philip Tegeler and Micah Herskind

School and neighborhood segregation is recognized as pernicious and persistent problems
across the United States, originally developed through intentional government policies, and perpetuated
today by both public policy and private markets that have adapted to segregated systems of
housing, education, and transportation. This resource focuses on the policies that created school and neighborhood segregation.

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