U.S. schools becoming more segregated

Jan. 25, 2008
Report says big city schools in the Northeast and Midwest are the most segregated

The racial resegregation of public schools is a trend that is occurring around the country and is even more pronounced than expected in the wake of court cases dismantling both mandated and voluntary integration programs, according to a report from The Civil Rights Project. The most segregated schools, according to the report, which documents desegregation trends, are in big cities of the Northeast and Midwest.

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