NEPC Review: Segregation Levels in Cleveland Public Schools and the Cleveland Voucher Program

The report reviewed here finds that private schools in Cleveland are less segregated than the city’s public schools. According to the review, this finding is important, but it says little about whether voucher programs would increase or decrease segregation.

Suggested Citation:

Ritter, G. (2006). Review of "Segregation Levels in Cleveland Public Schools and the Cleveland Voucher Program."  Boulder and Tempe: Education and the Public Interest Center & Education Policy Research Unit. Retrieved [date] from http://epicpolicy.org/thinktank/review-segregation-levels-cleveland-public-schools-and-cleveland-voucher-program

Document Reviewed:

Segregation Levels in Cleveland Public Schools and the Cleveland Voucher Program

Greg Forster
Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice
Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions