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    • Has the law failed to undo
      the segregation that was
      originally caused by the law?
    • The most segregated group in the nations public schools is white students.
      True or False
    • TRUE. While white students are attending schools with slightly more students of color
      than in the past, they remain the most isolated of all racial groups.
    • Due to the history of slavery and segregation in the South, southern states are the
      most segregated states for black students.
      True or False
    • FALSE. In 2009, the top five segregated states where black students attended majority minority schools (where greater than 50% of students are of color) are California, New York, Illinois, Maryland and Texas. The first southern state in this ranking is Texas, in fifth place.
    • Demographics of segregation today
    • More than five decades later, throughout the nation, more schools have become more segregated than before.
    • Racial segregation of neighborhood schools remains
      the norm in the U.S.
    • What steps can we take
      to move forward in providing
      equal educational opportunities to all?
    • Voluntary integration plans among school districts
      Leaders making the case that desegregation properly implemented is valuable to all students
      More progressive civil right agencies