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Latino Students and White Migration away from Latino School Districts

By using three decades of data from U.S. school districts to assess the association between Latino school-age populations and net migration of non-Latino white residents, it can be seen that growing Latino student populations are associated with declining net migration among white students.

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Latino Students and White Migration away from Latino School Districts

By using three decades of data from U.S. school districts to assess the association between Latino school-age populations and net migration of non-Latino white residents, it can be seen that growing Latino student populations are associated with declining net migration among white students.
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Patterns of Latino students associated with net migration of white students are particularly strong in non-traditional Latino districts, where the presence of Latinos is historically recent, in districts that are spatially proximate to those with smaller Latino populations, and in districts marked by relatively low internal segregation. These findings apply primarily to whites with the closest ties to public schools: school-age children and “parent-age” adults between the ages of 30 and 49, suggesting that whites’ selective migration is linked to preferences for public schools with smaller Latino student populations.

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