EDUCATION
08/12/2011 02:27 pm ET | Updated Oct 12, 2011

Philly Has Nation's Most Separate And Unequal Schools, Chicago, New York, Cleveland, Detroit Follow

Two new studies show that the Philadelphia region is one of the most separate and unequal when it comes to neighborhoods and schools for blacks, whites, Hispanics and Asians. You can download them here.
The studies' author, Brown University sociologist John Logan, broke it down for City Paper:

"Philadelphia's black population, and particularly its affluent black population, lives in much poorer neighborhoods than comparable whites because they are so highly segregated by race. In the greater Philadelphia area that includes Wilmington and Camden, even the most affluent black households are in neighborhoods that are close to majority black and very few such neighborhoods are predominantly middle class."

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