School Districts Fight Segregation on Their Own

The New York Times, Editorial Board

June 26, 2017

Today’s school districts are more racially segregated today than half a century ago. This article explores what resourceful educators are doing to remedy this inequality.

[D]istricts in scores of states – including Dallas, a segregated city with a lurid history of fighting desegregation — have recognized the dangers of racial and socioeconomic isolation and are taking steps to bring together children of different backgrounds.


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