The particulars of displacement, spiking real estate prices and cultural clashes in gentrifying Central Brooklyn are well-chronicled. What has remained under-examined, however, is how these changes have impacted District 16, and how a new generation of parent and school leadership is navigating shifting demographics, politics, and educational preferences.

Brooklyn Deep has published Design and Urban Ecologies’ alumni Max Freedman’s piece “Learning Curves: A New Generation of Parents and Educators Take on Change in Bed-Stuy’s District 16”. To keep reading, click here!