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Segregation Growing in American Schools

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Segregation Growing in American Schools

Segregation Growing in American Schools

Segregation Growing in American Schools

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Regardless of the racial tensions, Jena High School was — by definition — integrated. Other schools across America desegregated during the Civil Rights-era, but now they're unofficially re-segregating. The Civil Rights Project at the University of California Los Angeles is tracking this modern crisis in our classrooms.

Chungmie Lee is a researcher with the Project.