David Bloomfield in DNA Info

Press Coverage
City's Sweeping Plan to Integrate Schools Includes Few Concrete Details

DNA info, 6.6.17

MANHATTAN — The city has announced its first comprehensive plan to tackle its massively segregated school system — by increasing the number of students in racially integrated schools while decreasing the number of schools where students are overwhelmingly rich or poor. David Bloomfield, professor of educational leadership, law and policy at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, called the effort “more than a day late and a dollar short,” and raised questions about the political motivations of the timing.

Submitted on: JUN 6, 2017

Category: GC Press Coverage | Urban Education