Thursday, April 15, 2004

Are public schools resegregating?

John Foster-Bey tries to answer the question and explain the reasons for the apparent decline in integration:

One important reason that the probability of minority children attending school with white children has declined is that there have been dramatic demographic changes in the ethnic and racial composition of the nation's school children... a very large portion of the decreased exposure of minority children to white children in public schools is simply an outcome of demographic changes.


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