Public School: Melting Pot or What?
by Marjorie Friedman - 1969
Although efforts by northern schools to meet the more insistent demands of minority groups have been widely supported and well publicized, and although some steps towards integration have been taken, what has not occurred is a genuine re-evaluation of the fundamental rationale of the American public school.
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