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Schools in the U.S. are as racially segregated today as they were in 1968

For the past half century, the federal government has largely failed to integrate the nation’s public schools. The problem could grow even worse under Trump’s pick for education secretary, Betsy DeVos, who has promised to back “school choice” programs that often increase segregation.

Schools in the U.S. are as racially segregated today as they were in 1968

For the past half century, the federal government has largely failed to integrate the nation’s public schools. The problem could grow even worse under Trump’s pick for education secretary, Betsy DeVos, who has promised to back “school choice” programs that often increase segregation.

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