The Sharing Economy Comes to Urban Public Schools
"Good schools could help overcome socioeconomic divides, attracting rich and poor families alike to a neighborhood. As the middle class moves back to American cities, this could help alleviate segregation.
Further, these buildings can add value beyond the typical school program. According to the report, “This new development model will incorporate social and educational programming to empower a community to provide the resources and support that individual families cannot attain by themselves.”