Push for better urban schools can create unintended consequences

01/27/2013 | Next American City

After the line to register at a West Philadelphia elementary school became roughly four days long, the district switched immediately to a lottery. The push to improve public education in cities sometimes brings about a dilemma: how to improve schools so that wealthier families want their children to attend, while keeping admissions and other factors fair to all families.

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