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High Court Hears School Diversity Cases

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High Court Hears School Diversity Cases

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High Court Hears School Diversity Cases

High Court Hears School Diversity Cases

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The U.S. Supreme Court's discussion of cases from Seattle and Louisville — where white parents sued when their children were denied admission to preferred schools based on race — raises questions about voluntary school integration policies. Harvard law professor Charles Ogletree and Sharon Browne of the Pacific Legal Foundation discuss developments with Farai Chideya.

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