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A motivating question to consider while reading “School Desegregation, School Choice, and Changes in Residential Locational Patterns by Race” by Baum-Snow and Lutz (2011) is “How does desegregation of urban public school districts affect residential location and school choice responses?” The main goal of the paper is to study the unintended consequences of desegregation in large urban public school districts. In addition, the paper will help to identify public and private school attendance following the abolishment of segregation in schools, which is the elimination of racial preferences in school attendance. The study was done between the 1960s and 1990s following the decision of Brown v. Board (1954). We will be looking at 92 schools in the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in order to better recognize the shifts in the rates of private versus public school attendance.
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N. Baum-Snow and B.F. Lutz (2011), “School Desegregation, School Choice, and Changes in Residential Location Patterns by Race”, American Economic Review 101, 3019-3046.
O’Sullivan A. (2012), Urban Economics, Boston: Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 8 th edition.
Welch, F. R. and A. L. Light (1987), “New Evidence on School Desegregation.” US Commission on Civil Rights Clearinghouse Publication 92.
- School Choice