Opt-Out Education: School Choice as Racial Subordination

Author:Osamudia R. James
Position:Associate Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law
Pages:1083-1135
SUMMARY

Despite failure to improve academic outcomes or close the achievement gap, school-choice policies, advanced by education legislation and doctrine, have come to dominate public discourse on public education reform in the United States, with students of color disproportionately enrolling in voucher programs and charter schools. This Article moves past the typical market-based critiques of school... (see full summary)


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