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Resource ID: #20153
Subject: Education
Source: Beacon Journal (Akron
Affiliation: 
Date: Dec. 11

Description

When Akron Public Schools instituted an open enrollment policy, it inadvertently allowed the gaps between different school clusters in the city to widen. The investigation analyzed several categories of data to understand these gaps, and identified certain factors that may have contributed to the differences in different clusters' success. Another interesting aspect of the story is that race, per-pupil spending, and attendance rates were either not a factor or too small to be meaningful.

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