The Canford Program is an interdistrict transfer and desegregation program that provides opportunities for families of minority students from an impoverished and poor-performing district to transfer into a neighboring school district that is well-resourced and high achieving. This book explores the common elements in the experiences of students participating in the Canford Program. It focuses on the experiences of Canford students attending schools in Arbor Town and the outcomes and impact of the program itself.
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