"Retracing Supreme Court decisions on race and education beginning with the Brown v. Board of Education decision, Wolters distinguishes between desegregation and integration and shows how devastating educational and cultural consequences resulted from subsequent Supreme Court decisions that conflated the two and led to racial balancing policies that have backfired"--Provided by publisher.
Constitutional history and social science -- School reform in the 1950s -- Desegregation begins -- In the deep south -- Desegregation transformed -- Educational reform in the 1960s -- The travail of integration -- Controversy over white flight and the effects of racially balanced integration -- From Brown to Green and back -- The diversity rationale
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