The Century Foundation’s Richard Kahlenberg tells us why research from a new generation of scholars comes to a powerful conclusion: “rather than representing a diversion of funds to ‘busing’ or transportation, spending that reduces socioeconomic school segregation appears to...Read More
A new report by GSIW partner Advocates for Children’s Services (a project of Legal Aid of North Carolina) offers insights into student discipline practices and the “active school-to-prison pipeline” in Wake County’s public schools. “The State of the School-to-Prison Pipeline in...Read More
As the “watchdog” for our community, GSIW members are a presence at all board meetings. We post our meeting minutes to this site, along with speeches made during public comment. Join us at a meeting. Speak during public comment…make sure your voice is heard! Wake County...Read More
The idea of attending a nearby school is very appealing to many families. However, the high levels of economic segregation found in our residential housing patterns make a neighborhood school model the story of separate and unequal. In a new report from the Brookings...Read More
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A project of WakeUP Wake County, Great Schools in Wake Coalition (GSIW) is a community coalition of organizations, business leaders, parents and citizen advocates who are working to ensure educational excellence in the Wake County Public School System. GSIW’s mission is to provide accurate information to educate the public about policy initiatives that would impact the quality of education, foster well-informed discussions about critical education issues, and advocate for policies that improve public education in Wake County.
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