These two small words open up a world of future possibilities unconstrained by today’s realities. They don’t just pose a question; they propose an idea about how things could be in the future. At the What If Table in the Future City Lab you can pose your own questions. Each month, a question posed by visitors is presented to a panel of experts. Explore their responses below and continue the conversation on Twitter with #whatifMCNY.
New York City’s public school system is one of the most racially segregated in the U.S. Should the Department of Education do more to ensure that schools are as diverse at the city’s overall population? Or should the onus be on parents to determine where their children go to school?