Leading scholars in the fields of history and law have assembled an enormous amount of empirical data on the outcomes of school desegregation and conclude that the policies of the past mandatory reassignment and strict racial quotas had too few benefits and too many costs to make them viable alternatives for the future. School desegregation in the 21st century by christine h rossell ed david j armor ed herbert j walberg ed analyzes the history and law of school desegregation including its benefits and costs over the last half decade and suggests future policy likely to have a better cost benefit ratio. The biggest success of school desegregation plans has been the almost universal belief that racial discrimination is immoral and the commitment on the part of school districts to promoting and maintaining racial diversity in the schools however mandatory reassignment plans and plans with racial . This book presents a collection of papers that examine progress since 1954 in achieving racial equality in education and how to most effectively and efficiently achieve the promise of brown v. School desegregation in the 21st century gpg book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers the biggest success of school desegregation
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