Giving Up On Integration

Zukosky, Jerome
October 1972
New Republic;10/14/72, Vol. 167 Issue 14, p19
Focuses on integration of schools in the U.S. Efforts of Rochester's school boards regarding segregation problem and working toward systemwide integration; Boycott by pro- integration teachers closed schools and forced the school board to create community school councils for the nine African American elementary schools and extend the bilingual program; Failure of the recission of the reorganization which was challenged in federal court.


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