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Reducing High School Segregation: What Can the Mayor Do? (pt.2)

This blog explores actions that have the ability to lessen the intense segregation of New York City high schools by examining the 50 least diverse high schools (highest percentages of Black and Latinx students) in the City and suggests ways to increase diversity in those schools and address their unique needs.

Reducing High School Segregation: What could the mayor do?

This blog explores actions that have the ability to lessen the intense segregation of New York City high schools by examining entry requirements of the 50 least diverse high schools in the City.

Monopolizing Whiteness

A reflection on Erika Wilson's forthcoming work that argues, across the country, state-drawn school district boundaries in diverse urban districts allow advantaged whites with significant social and political capital to transform those districts into enclaves of similar racial and socio-economic status.

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Rebuilding our City’s Safety Net: Early Childcare

Creating universal, free, high-quality early childcare for New York City’s young children should be an essential component of the city's safety net.

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Perspectives 2020

Blogs from 2020: Read the blog posts from our thought-leaders: educators, students, and community members connected to NYU Metro Center.

Perspectives 2019

Blogs from 2019: Read the blog posts from our thought-leaders: educators, students, and community members connected to NYU Metro Center.

Perspectives 2018

Blogs from 2018: Read the blog posts from our thought-leaders: educators, students, and community members connected to NYU Metro Center.

Perspectives 2017

Blogs from 2017: Read the blog posts from our thought-leaders: educators, students, and community members connected to NYU Metro Center.

Perspectives 2016

Blogs from 2018: Read the blog posts from our thought-leaders: educators, students, and community members connected to NYU Metro Center.