U.S. schools became more segregated in 1990s, study says

Almost a half century after the U.S. Supreme Court concluded that school segregation was unconstitutional, a new study from The Civil Rights Project of Harvard University shows that segregation continued to intensify throughout the 1990s.

The entire report, "Schools More Separate: Consequences of a Decade of Resegregation." (54 pages in PDF format--requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.)

The report's executive summary.

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