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Press Release Report Explains that Charter Schools' Political Success is a Civil Rights Failure
The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles at UCLA issued "Choice Without Equity: Charter School Segregation and the Need for Civil Rights Standards," a nationwide report based on an analysis of Federal government data and an examination of charter schools in 40 states and the District of Columbia, along with several dozen metropolitan areas with large enrollments of charters.
Press Release Major Bi-national Conference to Address Education Crisis Across the U.S.-Mexico Border
"The Students We Share," a bi-national conference relating to the educational needs of immigrant students, will be held January 15-16 In Mexico City.
Press Release Government’s Largest Program for Subsidized Housing Ignores Civil Rights Standards says New Report by UCLA Civil Rights Project
In a report, "The Opportunity Illusion: Subsidized Housing and Failing Schools in California," CRP Researcher Deirdre Pfeiffer explores the link between housing segregation and inferior educational outcomes.
Press Release Report Challenges Charter School Civil Rights Policy
"Equity Overlooked: Charter Schools and Civil Rights Policy," by Erica Frankenberg and Genevieve Siegel-Hawley examines the civil rights implications of the Obama administration's pro-charter school policies.
Press Release UC Report Says Districts Struggling to Maintain Diversity Plans Should Look to Berkeley Public Schools for Ideas
The Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity and Diversity at UC Berkeley and the Civil Rights Project's joint report, "Integration Defended: Berkeley unified's Strategy to Maintain School Diversity," describes how the school district's successful integration efforts have created diverse schools and survived legal challenges.
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