Effects of school choice painful for Minneapolis district

06/22/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Minneapolis parents face an array of school options which includes private schools, 17 charters and magnets. With a loss of almost 14% of its enrollment over the past three years, the district has been forced to examine how to make public schools more appealing to families, particularly African-Americans.

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