Brief Quality Schools, Healthy Neighborhoods, and the Future of DC
Margery Austin Turner, Jennifer Comey, Elizabeth Guernsey, Barika X. Williams
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Over the last decade, the District of Columbia implemented bold steps to improve its public schools while also experiencing population growth, property value increases, and strong city fiscal health. But its child population (0-17 years old) remained essentially the same and a dwindling share of the city's children was attending the public schools. This policy report summarizes analysis from the Quality Schools and Healthy Neighborhoods: Research Report that describes the relationships between education, housing, and neighborhood development in the District, as well as provides policy recommendations for how to make the District of Columbia a more family-friendly city.
Research Areas Education Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Housing
Tags Housing markets K-12 education