Mapping D.C. Schools

By Matt Stiles | | Topics: Uncategorized

UMBC professor Lou Paladino made this interesting map that visualizes academic performance by Washington, D.C., school districts. Darker cool colors represent higher scores; darker warm colors represent lower scores. This shows that the separation of population in D.C. by race, poverty and crime also translates to schools: 

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