Another week and another city with more statistics and stories about families heading to the suburbs. This week, a story from Chicago.
The Wall Street Journal wrote“New York lost almost 38,000 people age 25 to 39 last year, a decline that was roughly twice the size that it experienced each of the previous three years.” And the Big Apple isn’t alone. Millennial migration patterns on the blog this week.
Last week, The Atlantic lambasted school choice policies for threatening the American tradition of “uniting communities” with public high schools. This week we examine this argument, what really unifies a place, and the job of schools in cities.