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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson Abstract… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Challenging the market logic of school choice: A spatial analysis of charter school expansion in Chicago, by Stephanie Farmer , Chris D. Poulos & Ashley Baber

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Challenging the market logic of school choice: A spatial analysis of charter school expansion in… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Challenging the market logic of school choice: A spatial analysis of charter school expansion in Chicago, by Stephanie Farmer , Chris D. Poulos & Ashley Baber

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Parental action and neoliberal education reform: Crafting a research agenda, by Julia Sass Rubin , Ryan M. Good & Michelle Fine

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Parental action and neoliberal education reform: Crafting a research agenda, by Julia Sass Rubin ,… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Parental action and neoliberal education reform: Crafting a research agenda, by Julia Sass Rubin , Ryan M. Good & Michelle Fine

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Special Issue Preview and Video Presentations, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform

Articles from our current Special Issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform, are available for download now! Introduction By Guest Editors: Julia Sass Rubin , Ryan M. Good & Michelle Fine Over the past twenty years, neoliberal education reforms have gained increasing momentum across the United States, emphasizing school choice,… Continue reading Special Issue Preview and Video Presentations, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? Observations on gentrification from New Orleans and Cincinnati, by Renia Ehrenfeucht & Marla Nelson

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? Observations on gentrification from New Orleans and Cincinnati, by Renia Ehrenfeucht… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Just revitalization in shrinking and shrunken cities? Observations on gentrification from New Orleans and Cincinnati, by Renia Ehrenfeucht & Marla Nelson

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! “There’s money to be made in community”: Real estate developers, community organizing, and profit-making in a shrinking city, by Philip Garboden & Christine Jang-Trettien

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. “There’s money to be made in community”: Real estate developers, community organizing, and profit-making in a shrinking city,… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! “There’s money to be made in community”: Real estate developers, community organizing, and profit-making in a shrinking city, by Philip Garboden & Christine Jang-Trettien

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! “We’re forgotten”: The shaping of place attachment and collective action in Detroit’s 48217 neighborhood, by Lisa Berglund

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. “We’re forgotten”: The shaping of place attachment and collective action in Detroit’s 48217 neighborhood, by Lisa Berglund Abstract… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! “We’re forgotten”: The shaping of place attachment and collective action in Detroit’s 48217 neighborhood, by Lisa Berglund

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! St. Louis’s “urban prairie”: Vacant land and the potential for revitalization, by Christopher G. Prener, Taylor Harris Braswell & Daniel J. Monti

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. St. Louis’s “urban prairie”: Vacant land and the potential for revitalization, by Christopher G. Prener, Taylor Harris Braswell… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! St. Louis’s “urban prairie”: Vacant land and the potential for revitalization, by Christopher G. Prener, Taylor Harris Braswell & Daniel J. Monti

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Planning with justice in mind in a shrinking Baltimore, by Jeremy Németh, Justin B. Hollander, Eliza D. Whiteman & Michael P. Johnson

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Planning with justice in mind in a shrinking Baltimore, by Jeremy Németh, Justin B. Hollander, Eliza D. Whiteman &… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Planning with justice in mind in a shrinking Baltimore, by Jeremy Németh, Justin B. Hollander, Eliza D. Whiteman & Michael P. Johnson

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change, by Myrte S. Hoekstra, Cody Hochstenbach, Marco A. Bontje & Sako Musterd

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change, by Myrte S. Hoekstra, Cody Hochstenbach,… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities! Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change, by Myrte S. Hoekstra, Cody Hochstenbach, Marco A. Bontje & Sako Musterd