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In Louisville, Ky., a new turn in school integration

from USA Today

Elementary schools in white neighborhoods here are whiter now, and those in the black neighborhoods are blacker. Under an integration plan the U.S. Supreme Court struck down in 2007, the Jefferson County School District required every school across greater Louisville, Ky., to have an enrollment that was 15 percent to 50 percent African-American. The goal was to make schools in the district, where the student population is about two-thirds white and one-third black, racially diverse throughout. The Supreme Court's decision ended that. more

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