With a Wealthy, Mostly White Suburb’s Vote to Withdraw, East Baton Rouge Schools a Step Closer to Fourth School Secession
Next Door but Worlds Apart: School District Borders Segregate Millions of Kids Based on Race and Revenue, Report Finds
Left Behind: Can East Baton Rouge Schools Survive the Breakaway of a Wealthy — Majority White — Community?
America’s $23 Billion School Funding Gap: Despite Court Rulings on Equity, New Report Finds Startling Racial Imbalance
New Report: Most States Lack Power to Merge Struggling Districts With Wealthy Neighbors, Leaving Poor Districts Stranded
When Communities Secede From School Districts, Inequity & Segregation Follow. But 30 States Let It Happen Anyway
EdBuild: How a New Player in the Ed Reform Game Is Skipping the Usual Battle Lines to Focus on Funding
Separate But Not Equal: Report Finds Majority-White School Districts Received $23B More in Funding Than Nonwhite Ones
The other school funding divide: States with more poor students tend to spend less, creating hard-to-fix disparities
New report blasts Colorado for allowing tiny districts to net more school funding by breaking away from larger districts
Signal Mountain Leaders Just Visited Shelby County to Learn About School Secession. Here Are Five Things We Heard.
School districts serving mostly nonwhite students get $23 billion less each year than those serving predominantly white populations — California is among most inequitable
Ta-Nehisi Coates Clapped Back at Mitch McConnell for Saying ‘No One Alive’ Is Liable for Reparations. So We Came Up With a List
Felicity Huffman sentenced to 14 days in a college admissions case that raises questions of race and class
Smaller communities are “seceding” from larger school districts. It’s accelerating school segregation.