New Report Looks Closely at Resegregation of Schools

February 2004
Black Issues in Higher Education;2/12/2004, Vol. 20 Issue 26, p12
Provides information on a study released by the Civil Rights Project (CRP) regarding national re-segregation trends in U.S. public schools, authored by Harvard professor Gary Orfield and research associate Chungmei Lee. Comments from Orfield on the significance of releasing the report during the time set aside to honor Martin Luther King Jr.; Information on the most integrated state for African Americans in 2001; Race that is most integrated and most successful group of students; Information on the most desegregated states for Hispanic Americans.


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