The Integration Anomaly: Comparing the Effects of K–12 Education Delivery Models on Segregation in Schools examines existing evidence to answer several questions. How have race and income segregation changed in public schools over time? How have school choice programs affected integration in schools—both public and private? Historically, how has government-compelled integration had an impact on schools and neighborhoods? And how can policymakers design education systems that will result in healthy race and income integration in schools?
Private school vouchers can help certain families send their children to private schools that best meet their educational needs. How do these programs work, how are they funded, and how do they benefit children and families? Watch this helpful video to answer all these questions and more.