How School Districts Seal Their Students Into Poverty

Kindergarteners exercise at Frank Rushton Elementary School, where 83 percent of students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch, in Kansas City, Kansas. (AP Photo/John Hanna)

The upholding of the Fair Housing Act’s “disparate impact” standard was one of many major victories for social justice dispatched by the Supreme Court this June. But the road to equal rights and opportunities remains long and thorny.

Disparate impact” is the notion that housing policies that create...

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