Brief Student Transportation in Washington, DC
Matthew Chingos, Kristin Blagg
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How far away students live from their schools and the means they have to get there affect whether they can get to school reliably, safely, and on time. This means student transportation is a critical policy issue that affects equity of access to schools and in student outcomes. This brief provides a high-level overview of student transportation policy in DC, available data on how students get to school, and how school boundaries intersect with transportation policy.

Research Areas Education Greater DC
Tags Transportation K-12 education
Policy Centers Center on Education Data and Policy
States District of Columbia