Conecting the dots: Wake's neighborhood school policy and minority home purchase borrowing

There is this theory that if you don't like your "neighborhood school," that you can just up and move to a place with a nicer school.

Going forward, we are likely to create a series of rich schools and poor schools. So, I wanted to see what happens when low-income borrowers, particularly minority borrowers, try to buy into the more expensive neighborhoods in Wake County.

It seems that it isn't always so easy.