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Holden, Anna, The Bus Stops Here: A Study of School Desegregation in Three Cities, Agathon Press, Schocken Books, New York, 1974. Gaston, Paul and Hammond, Thomas . Public School Desegregation: Charlottesville, Virginia, 1955-1962, University of Virginia Printing Services, Charlottesville, 1962.
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A few years later, desegregated busing began in some districts to take black and Latino students to white schools, and bring white students to schools made up of minority students
A few years later, desegregated busing began in some districts to take black and Latino students to white schools, and bring white students to schools made up of minority students. The controversial program was devised to create more diverse classrooms and close achievement and opportunity gaps. Charlotte Busing Seen as a Success. In 1971, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Swann v. g Board of Education unanimously upheld busing. The decision effectively sped up school integration, which had been slow to take root.
School Desegregation: Outcomes for Children. Alternative sources of peer status and cleavage in 36 interracial sixth grade classrooms are examined through analysis of variance, multiple regression, and case studies. Dependent variables ar. More). Charles A. Asbury, Nancy St. John.
And it wasn’t just Charlotte. The New York City system is more segregated than it was in the 1980s: half the schools are more than 90 percent black and Hispanic. For more about the nation’s steady and massive resegregation, see this Reporter’s Notebook from Retro Report.
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