Reframing Poverty in Our Schools: Using GIS to Map Inequality

by Jesse Senechal In our highly polarized political environment – where every policy debate becomes an opportunity for harsh ideological clashes and brinkmanship – there seems to be one consistently common ground issue, public school policy.  From left to right, the argument is familiar.  It begins with the crisis rhetoric of failing schools, achievement gaps,…… Continue reading Reframing Poverty in Our Schools: Using GIS to Map Inequality