Too Many Black Kids in ‘Apartheid Schools’

Releasing a new report on educational segregation, the Civil Rights Project asks why neither presidential candidate has addressed this "threat to the nation's success as a multiracial society." 


For policymakers who do make it their business to reverse the trend toward school segregation, the report includes suggestions on how to do so without the use of mandatory busing. Some ideas: Giving priority in competing funds to pro-integration policies, challenging the operation of choice and charter policies so that they foster rather than undermine integration and helping communities undergoing racial change to create voluntary desegregation plans.

Read the entire report here.