Socioeconomic Isolation And Upward Mobility

By educating children from all around a city rather than strictly keeping poor students socioeconomically isolated within designated neighborhood schools, charter schools disrupt the poverty cycle. By opening up schools enrollment through lotteries or merit rather than location, students have a greater chance at upward social mobility. A report from the Center for American Progress highlights how socioeconomic isolation handicaps student learning.

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