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broader implications

Posted By: Ron Brunton on March 28, 2012
The article has very significant implications beyond its primary focus of African-American students. In Nova Scotia, Canada, we have developed an inclusive approach to public education that is applied as broadly as possible. This article suggests that this approach is conducive to reducing post-school segregation of all groups and further suggests that providing segregated environments for "gifted", students with special needs, vocational, math, science, etc. would amplify community segregation after school.
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 broader implications by Ron Brunton on March 28, 2012
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