Title
3058-061-Final pass-06_Frankenberg.indd
By
vnk
Description
193 Metropolitan Schooling and Housing Integration Erica Frankenberg Four decades after the Fair Housing Act and more than five decades after the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka 1 decision, neighborhoods and schools remain deeply segregated. Although residential segregation between blacks and whites has been declining since 1970, it still remains quite high, particularly in the nation’s largest metropolitan areas and those in the Midwest and Northeast. 2 School segregation has been, by...

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