New Orleans Schools Four Years After Katrina: A Lingering Federal Responsibility

New Orleans Schools Four Years After Katrina: A Lingering Federal Responsibility

Linked PDF is a report done by the Southern Education Foundation (http://www.southerneducation.org) focused on findings about school systems in New Orleans in the years following Hurricane Katrina. It discusses the new structure of schools, student performance, and community involvement among other topics. 

SEF’s Vision. We seek a South and a nation with a skilled workforce that sustains an expanding economy, where civic life embodies diversity and democratic values and practice, and where an excellent education system provides all students with fair chances to develop their talents and contribute to the common good. We will be known for our commitment to combating poverty and inequality through education.

SEF’s Timeless Mission. SEF develops, promotes, and implements policies, practices, and creative solutions that ensure educational excellence, fairness, and high levels of achievement for all students. SEF began in 1867 as the Peabody Education Fund.

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