- Among the studied census tracts, 5,665, or 1.5% of all tracts, had some type of school redistricting event.
- After adjusting for community characteristics, such as sociodemographic data, any school redistricting was associated with a 10.6% higher firearm incidence rate compared to communities that did not redistrict schools.
- School boundary adjustments specifically were associated with a 21.3% increase in firearm injury incidence rate.
Observations on study results
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