Brown v. Board 60 Years Later: Still Separate, Still Unequal?

Sixty years ago, Brown v. Board of Education put an end to legally segregated school. But just how far have we come? Students of color still lag behind in education and income and many districts continue to grapple with an alarming pattern of resegregation.

This multimedia presentation looks at the painful past of segregation, the issue of double segregation today and what educators are doing to make sure all students have equal opportunities in and outside the classroom.

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  • FormerTeacher

    Boy oh boy, NEA articles are so pro-minority and anti-White. Why don’t just start being more bold and say what you really mean every article: Whites are all pure evil and all minorities are good.

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