High levels of student mobility mean that kids who begin school in poor neighborhoods may not stay there (Blog on American politics and policy)

Sarah Cordes (Photographer), Amy Ellen Schwartz (Photographer), Leanna Stiefel (Photographer), Jeffrey E. Zabel (Photographer)

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 2015

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Cordes, S. (Photographer), Schwartz, A. E. (Photographer), Stiefel, L. (Photographer), & Zabel, J. E. (Photographer). (2015). High levels of student mobility mean that kids who begin school in poor neighborhoods may not stay there (Blog on American politics and policy). Web publication/site, Retrieved from http://bit.ly/1FKRNmK
High levels of student mobility mean that kids who begin school in poor neighborhoods may not stay there (Blog on American politics and policy). Cordes, Sarah (Photographer); Schwartz, Amy Ellen (Photographer); Stiefel, Leanna (Photographer); Zabel, Jeffrey E. (Photographer). 2015.

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

Cordes, Sarah (Photographer) ; Schwartz, Amy Ellen (Photographer) ; Stiefel, Leanna (Photographer) ; Zabel, Jeffrey E. (Photographer). / High levels of student mobility mean that kids who begin school in poor neighborhoods may not stay there (Blog on American politics and policy). [Web publication/site].
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