differences, racial, socioeconomic, academic
This report is a continuation of our analysis of racial and socioeconomic integration and segregation in the Little Rock Area between 2008-09 and 2014-15. The Little Rock Metropolitan Area is characterized by a variety of schooling options for students and families, including traditional public schools, public charter schools, private schools, and homeschooling. In this report, we focus on the current level of racial and socioeconomic integration in traditional public schools and charter schools, as well how student moves into and out of public schools in the Little Rock Area affect levels of integration in the schools they choose to leave and enter. This report is structured around four main research questions.
Swanson, E., McKenzie, S. C., & Ritter, G. W. (2016). Integration in Little Rock, Part 2: Racial and Socioeconomic Integration in Little Rock Metro Area Public Schools. Arkansas Education Reports. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/oepreport/8