School Choice as a Method of Reducing the Achievement Gap: Comparing the Effectiveness of Desegregation Programs and Charter Schools
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Political Science (POSC)
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Political Science Distinction James S. Berglund Social Science Prize Williams-Harris Endowed Prize in African American Studies
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Education, Schools, School Choice, Segregation, Desegregation, Charter Schools, Achievement Gap, Opportunity Gap
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