Obstacles Faced by Mixed-Raced Couples in Finding Housing in Areas With Quality Schools

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A new study from scholars at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and Georgia State University has found that mixed-race couples with children are very likely to move to racially diverse neighborhoods. However, these parents also struggle to find communities that are both racially diverse and affluent enough to give their children the resources they need. For their study, the researchers analyzed data from the longest-running longitudinal study in the world to see what couples were able to find a neighborhood with everything they wanted and what couples were not. They found that couples wi...

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