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Charts: The (Partial) Re-Segregation Of American Schools Over Time

image from i.huffpost.com"At the very least, things are not as bad as they were before the court ruled to desegregate U.S. schools," notes HuffPost entry on UCLA study released today. Over all, at least.  Segregation in the NE is higher than it was in 1968, and the segregation rates are up across the board since 1989 for all regions. 


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