Diversifying school districts requires more than lipservice
from Education DIVE
More than 60 years after the groundbreaking decision in Brown v. Board of Education, America's school systems are still charged as being separate and unequal. Teachers, administrators and policymakers are all grappling with the chilling statistics on racial achievement gaps, and asking the same question: How do we fix this? For decades, the generally prescribed solution to racial inequality at the primary education level has been the implementation of racial integration policies. Studies indicate, however, that by most standards, U.S. public schools are more segregated now than they were in the 1970s.
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