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Discrimination in Elite Public Schools: Investigating Buffalo, edited by Gary Orfield and Jennifer B. Ayscue, is now available via Teachers College Press.

Accountability and Opportunity in Higher Education, edited by Gary Orfield and Nicholas Hillman, is now available via Harvard Education Press.

 
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Press Release The Striking Outlier: The Persistent, Painful and Problematic Practice of Corporal Punishment in Schools
According to this new study, children attending the small percentage of the nation’s public schools that allows corporal punishment face a much greater likelihood of being struck than previously understood, with black students and students with disabilities among the most likely groups to be struck
Press Release Brown at 65 -- No Cause for Celebration
As the nation prepares to mark the 65th anniversary of the landmark Brown v Board of Education ruling declaring segregation in public schools unconstitutional, the UCLA Civil Rights Project today published new research detailing school enrollment patterns and segregation in the nation’s schools. The findings are not cause for celebration.
Press Release New Research Finds Decline in School Segregation in NYC's Rapidly Gentrifying Neighborhoods
CRP researchers find elementary school enrollment patterns in NYC's most rapidly gentrifying areas have seen a decline in racial segregation, with the declines more evident in traditional public schools than in charter schools.
Press Release New Federal Policies & Changes Pose Threats to College Access for Students of Color
At a briefing on Capitol Hill, CRP released five newly commissioned studies--of minority serving institutions, incarcerated students, for-profit colleges, risk sharing proposals, and the current attack on race conscious admissions--that demonstrate the threats to college access for students of color imposed by current and proposed policies under the current administration.
Press Release CA Students Still Losing Over 760,000 Days of Instruction Due to Suspensions
This study released by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies, CRP shows that the overuse of suspensions in California schools resulted in well over 760,000 days of lost instruction during the 2016-17 academic year. The impact is greatest in grades 7-8 where the disparities along the lines of race and disability are also the deepest.
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