yes. every kid. releases roadmap for eliminating exclusionary school boundary lines ahead of 70-year anniversary of Brown v. Board

New report creates a pathway for states to end public school discrimination based on home address by 2030

ARLINGTON, Va., May 9, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Today, yes. every kid. released a new policy report on how every state can end discriminatory public school district boundary lines by 2030. To honor the 70-year anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education on May 17 – which declared separate public schools for students of different races unconstitutional – states have an opportunity to enact policies that end restrictive practices in education. The report shines light on all 50 states’ current open enrollment policies – policies that empower students to attend school in districts outside of the boundary lines they are assigned to – and outlines actionable policies states can emulate.

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