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September 30, 2020

Despite Push, Few Schools Have Dropped Confederate Names

An Education Week analysis shows that 5 percent of the nation's Confederate-named schools have been renamed since June.

September 04, 2019

Racial Segregation Grows as Southern Communities Splinter Into New Districts

The South, once the nation's most integrated region, has been re-segregating, and in recent years one factor has been smaller communities breaking away from larger districts to form their own systems.

July 30, 2019

Segregation of Latino Students From White Peers Increased Over a Generation, Study Finds

Latino students are less likely today to attend schools with white students, according to new research, but low-income students are increasingly likely to attend school with middle-income peers.


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