A School Integration Policy Agenda for 2019 and Beyond

In “A School Integration Policy Agenda for 2019 and Beyond,” we outline 10 policy proposals that incentivize integration as the 116th Congress begins its work.

This document builds off of another document, “Crafting a Policy Agenda for 2019 and Beyond,” released in July 2018, which offered a list of strategies for consideration during federal, state, and local deliberations about how to shape our future educational systems.

These ideas are the result of a months-long process of engaging some of the integration movement’s most visionary and pragmatic leaders and thinkers, many of whom are grappling with these issues on a day-to-day basis in schools and community-based settings.

Sunil Mansukhani and James Colligan from The Raben Group facilitated this process. We are extremely grateful to our policy working group members for their time and effort:

  • Derek Black, University of South Carolina School of Law*
  • Nicole Dooley, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
  • Matt Gonzales, NY Appleseed
  • Kris Nordstrom, North Carolina Justice Center
  • Will Stancil, Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity at University of Minnesota Law School
*University affiliations provided for informational purposes only

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