Public schools have seen ‘rapid resegregation’ since the 1980s
LA School Report | August 12, 2015
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By PBS Newshour
For the first time this school year, nonwhite children made up more than half of the country’s public school students. But the country’s schools have grown only more segregated since 1988.
The most recent data shows the average white student goes to a school that is more than 70 percent white. And less than a quarter of black students go to majority white schools.
Jeffrey Brown takes a look at whatever happened to integration.
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