Immigration, ethnicity, and the loss of white students from California public schools, 1990–2000

  title={Immigration, ethnicity, and the loss of white students from California public schools, 1990–2000},
  author={J. Hook and Jason Snyder},
  journal={Population Research and Policy Review},
  • J. Hook, Jason Snyder
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • Population Research and Policy Review
  • This article investigates whether and the extent to which “white flight” from Hispanic and Limited English Proficient (LEP) students has been occurring in California’s public schools and further, examines the level (school or district) on which “white flight” may operate. Using school-level administrative data from the California Department of Education from 1990 to 2000, we estimate exponential growth rate models of white enrollment with school-level fixed effects. The results shed light on… CONTINUE READING
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