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The promise of integrated schools

from The Atlantic

Charlotte, North Carolina, became a national model for school desegregation in the 1970s, busing students to balance the racial composition of its schools. Decades later, Charlotte is a city where no racial or ethnic group constitutes a majority of residents — whites (45 percent), blacks (35 percent), and Latinos (13 percent) top the city's multicultural mix. And within this diverse and fast-growing urban metropolis, the city's students are once again segregated by race and class, with levels reminiscent of the pre-1970s era. more


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