Brought to you by NeighborhoodInfo D.C., which released a paper on the impact of residential foreclosures on schoolchildren in late May. The above represents the number of “exiters” between the 2007-08 and 2008-09 school years, or kids who left the school system over that period. The folks at the Urban Institute figure that 29 percent of children living in foreclosed-on buildings leave the system, compared to 23 percent on average. Like most statistical maps of D.C., there’s a pattern of higher disruption east of the river. Considering how much moving schools disrupts a kid’s education, the foreclosure crisis—-which, fortunately, is subsiding—-has a clear ripple effect.