Public Education in New Orleans Eight Years After Katrina: The Intersection of Race, Equity, and Excellence

OPEN’s latest report, Public Education in New Orleans Eight Years After Katrina: The Intersection of Race, Equity, and Excellence, takes a ground-level view of the public education sphere in our city in the years after Katrina. Based on exhaustively-researched data and interviews with a diverse array of education stakeholders, from school leaders to policymakers to engaged community members and beyond, the report is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the full scope of the current public school landscape.

Click here to download the Executive Summary.

Click here to download the full report.

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