brown v. board

The study, published around the time of the recent 61st anniversary of Supreme Court's historic Brown v. Board of Education
High-minority districts typically received less funding per pupil from states and localities than low-minority districts
Although the landmark decision achieved integrated student bodies in some schools, like Topeka's, it resulted in a huge loss -- the alarming forced displacement of black teachers. The consequences of that loss have lasted, and the current national picture is bleak.
Educational inequality isn't a notion from the past; it is happening right now all across this nation. And the facts simply don't lie.
On the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board, Congress is set to expand a dual school system. One bound by laws, the other deregulated. One free to select the "winners, " the other bound to accept all.
Yet the consensus might be shifting. Reformers are acknowledging that their lack of diversity might explain a dearth of community
While many of the major gains in the South since the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education have been reversed in recent years, a new report says that, at the very least, things are not as bad as they were before the court ruled to desegregate U.S. schools.
While the report maintains that “many of the changes accomplished in the civil rights era have had some enduring impact,” it
What's the matter with Kansas? Quite a lot, actually, but if I were to focus on one really big issue it would be education.
It has taken more than 60 years for people in the city where the Civil War started to figure out it was home to an authentic civil rights hero.