Biden Confronted With Debate Question About Past Comments on School Segregation The record of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. on race and school desegregation once again came to the forefront
The number of children attending U.S. public schools with students of other races has nearly doubled over the past quarter-century, a Washington Post analysis has found. And while schools in newly diverse
Gloria J. Browne-Marshall is author of The Voting Rights War, professor of constitutional law at John Jay College (CUNY) and playwright. She is completing her first novel. Busing, the transporting of school
Amid arrests, protesters send a message that they're paying attention ahead of a hearing on controversial appeals court nominee Steven Menashi. WASHINGTON ― Nearly 150 protesters crashed senators’ offices
Smaller communities are “seceding” from larger school districts. It’s accelerating school segregation.
America’s schools are becoming increasingly segregated, research has found, with black and Latino students attending schools that are more likely to be predominately non-white and low-income than that
When Penn State University professor Erica Frankenberg graduated from high school in Alabama, there was only one school district in Mobile County. Now, over 20 years later, it is one of four districts.
Op-Ed: Joe Biden seems to think school segregation is nearly unsolvable. These efforts prove him wrong
Democratic primary candidates this summer made school desegregation a campaign flashpoint. It’s an issue Americans battled over, then mostly retreated from, nearly four decades ago, despite ample studies