Disparities library item detail

TitleHousing Costs, Zoning, and Access to High-Scoring Schools
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PublisherBrookings Institution
DateApril 2012
Pages31 pp.
DescriptionLooks at the relationship between housing market regulations and housing costs near high- and low-scoring schools.  Presents data on the restrictiveness of zoning restrictions, economic segregation, housing cost gaps, and test score gaps for national metropolitan areas, including the Twin Cities.
Filed inEducation > Achievement gap, Housing > Affordable housing, Disparities > Education
TopicsDisparities, Education, Housing
Added04/20/2012 01:27pm
Updated04/30/2017 05:58pm

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