Was diversity a factor in your school choice?
In 1957, nine black students made history when they enrolled at a previously all-white high school in Little Rock, Ark.
Now, 50 years later, some parents — both black and white — are choosing schools for their children that are segregated not by law, but by practice.
Ellen Brantlinger, retired professor of education at Indiana University; author of Dividing Classes: How the Middle Class Negotiates and Justifies School Advantage
Kingsley Jones, instructor at the Marcus Garvey School in Los Angeles, Calif.