Over 63 years after Brown v. Board of Education made state-sanctioned school segregation illegal and set off a wave of controversial efforts to diversify districts, many schools have settled back into old patterns. Although the law no longer endorses it, schools are still divided along fault lines of race and class.
And a majority of Americans today want this to change, at least in theory.
A new study from the liberal think tank Center for American Progress analyzes the extent to...
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