School segregation: recent study dispels myths

Townes, Glenn
December 2006
New York Amsterdam News;12/7/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 50, p33
The article reports that the findings of a recent study by Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Harvard University show that African American and Latino students are attending segregated schools. The Harvard Civil Rights Project released a comprehensive study outlining several facts including the notion that public schools across the country are becoming re-segregated.


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