A Practical End to Racial Diversity in Schools
by Claire Smrekar - July 16, 2007
This commentary reviews the legal and policy implications of the recent Supreme Court rulings on race-based student assignment plans. The author rejects all remedies suggested by the Court and calls for new commitment to re-thinking the intersection of race and residential segregation.
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