Consequences of a complex school choice system

This past Saturday at the Magnet Schools of America Conference here in Hartford, we compared notes with colleagues from other districts at our presentation “Who Chooses Magnet Schools and How: Findings from 3 Studies in Hartford, CT.” The consensus was unanimous – Hartford has one of the most complex choice systems in the country.

Screenshot 2014-05-21 15.56.20Learn more about the consequences of this complexity in who chooses to participate in the magnet lottery process and why in Mira Debs’ presentation “Kids Like Chess Pieces.” Please email mira.debs@yale.edu with any comments or data to share!

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