Segregation: Six Decades Dead In Court, But Still Alive In Many Schools
By: Claudio Sanchez
May 16, 2014
Sixty years after Brown v. Board of Education, black and white children still attend segregated schools in many parts of the country. Majority black schools are less likely to have good teachers, and kids there are more likely to be poor. That, experts say, is the single biggest obstacle to their academic success.
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