Brown study: Two-way dialogue at school board meetings could draw more-diverse audiences

PROVIDENCE – A study by a Brown University education professor found that giving the public more opportunities to engage in conversation with school boards could significantly boost trust in local leaders and interest in public meetings, especially with individuals of color and from low-income households. Brown professor Jonathan Collins’ study, published May 24 in the…

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