Housing Costs, Zoning, and Access to High-Scoring Schools

In a nationwide report that discusses national and metropolitan data on public school populations and state standardized test scores for 84,077 schools in 2010 and 2011, Jonathan Rothwell finds that limiting the development of inexpensive housing in affluent neighborhoods and jurisdictions fuels economic and racial segregation and hampers economic opportunity across the metropolitan landscape.
— Read on www.brookings.edu/research/housing-costs-zoning-and-access-to-high-scoring-schools/

Some good points about access. It’s basically about keeping the poor out.