Study: Hopkins, Robbinsdale Schools See Opposite Impacts From Open Enrollment
When it comes to open enrollment, more white students seem to be leaving Robbinsdale schools and moving to other districts, like Wayzata, leading to greater segregation between white and minority students in ISD 281, according to a University of Minnesota Law School study published Friday.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Patch.com.
Saint Paul, MN
#1 Jan 17, 2013
If "whitey" doesn't want to be held down or part of the Social-Progressive experiment, they are smart to move.
#2 Jan 17, 2013
Kind of like the "affordable housing" that happened some decades ago to get North Minneapolis residents into a better environment (Brooklyn Center/ Brooklyn Park). Guess what, THEY brought that bad environment with them!
Same with the schools!
Add your comments below
|Nearly 3 Percent Of Teens Identify As Transgend...||Feb '18||TerriB1||1|
|Flamborough's Karen Bird nominated for YWCA Wom...||Jan '18||no help from CFUW||1|
|1 dead, another wounded in shooting near U of M...||Jan '18||Maggie||3|
|Solar power and battery storage could topple 10...||Dec '17||Solarman||1|
|Graduate students argue against taxing tuition ...||Dec '17||Leave Already||18|
|Al Franken's record, sized up (Oct '14)||Nov '17||Maggie||89|
|More patients can avoid hospital admissions aft... (Jul '17)||Jul '17||shirley polson||1|
Find what you want!
Search University of Minnesota Forum Now
Copyright © 2018 Topix LLC