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Symbolic Prejudice in an Inner-Ring Suburb: Class Conflict, Race, and the Fight Over Public School Funding

Posted on October 6, 2017

Undergraduate Sociology Major, Brittany Rabb, was one of four students featured in Think magazine for her SOURCE funded summer research project “Symbolic Prejudice in an Inner-Ring Suburb:  Class Conflict, Race, and the Fight Over Public School Funding.” Using her alma mater, Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools, as a case study, Brittany conducted in-depth interviews with Principals, school board members, and district officials to find out how the district is dealing with the white-flight to private schools and an increasingly poor student population in the wake of recent controversial tax levies. Read the full article here.

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