Managing Urban Education
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A detailed discussion of the effects of migration to suburbs on education. The author discusses the negative effects on urban education such as the standard of teaching in comparison to suburban education services that are booming.
From the Paper:"As people have shifted so abruptly to the suburbs, the nation's cities have been left to fall apart and so has everything in them?including their schools. And when education is poor, the remaining affluent pack up and leave the city as well, creating a cycle of cause and effect. Urban schools thus are not able to offer the attractive services that suburban schools can."
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