Figure 3. Locations of Regular Elementary Schools in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, Displayed with a Heat Scale for the Percentage of Students Identified as Black or African American and Plotted on Top of Census Block Groups Shaded by the Percentage of Residents Estimated to Be Black or African American Source: Authors’ calculations and plotting of data from NCES, CCD, 2012 School Universe File (), and the 2009–2013 Five-Year File from the ACS ().
Figure 3.

Locations of Regular Elementary Schools in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, Displayed with a Heat Scale for the Percentage of Students Identified as Black or African American and Plotted on Top of Census Block Groups Shaded by the Percentage of Residents Estimated to Be Black or African American

Source: Authors’ calculations and plotting of data from NCES, CCD, 2012 School Universe File (Keaton 2014), and the 2009–2013 Five-Year File from the ACS (U.S. Census Bureau 2013).

Direct correspondence to: Karl Alexander at karl@jhu.edu, School of Education, 2800 N. Charles St., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218; and Stephen L. Morgan at stephen.morgan@jhu.edu, Department of Sociology, 3400 N. Charles St., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218.

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2377-8261
Print ISSN
2377-8253
Pages
1-16
Launched on MUSE
2016-10-21
Open Access
Yes
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