Dallas Schools, Long Segregated, Charge Forward on Diversity

By Dana Goldstein

The New York Times

June 19, 2017

Article exploring the strides the Dallas public school system has made in racial and economic integration.

Now Mr. Hinojosa is the superintendent, and the Dallas school system, one of the country’s most segregated urban districts, has become a national leader in trying to figure out how to encourage students of all backgrounds to willingly go to school together.

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