Let’s Pull Down Walls Between School Districts

Published by EducationNews.org — An initiative to fill its remaining seats, in Barrington, Rhode Island, raises questions about the role of economic desegregation in school success. The highly-regarded school system in Barrington has empty seats they’d like to fill.  So, they’re inviting non-resident families to pay $12,800 in tuition for up to 10 kids, spread through the grades. StudentContinue reading “Let’s Pull Down Walls Between School Districts”