How the SF Schools 'Lottery' Failed

9 min
A worker takes a lunch break during construction of a new school. (David McNew/Getty Images)

Parents hate it, for sure. But more than that, the schools selection process has created even more segregated student bodies. The goal was the exact opposite. And now there’s a proposal to get off the so-called "lottery" and try something new.

Guest: Katrina Schwartz, reporter for KQED's MindShift education blog and podcast