Dean Kevin Kumashiro: These charts illustrate what research has made clear: that schools and communities remain racially segregated 60 years after Brown.
Six Decades After Brown v. Board
Our question for the OpEducation bloggers was: What do these charts say about public schools and race 60 years after the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education?
Find out how Patricia Gándara, Kevin Kumashiro, Kent McGuire, and Heather Schwartz responded.
Heather Schwartz: Given the size of the problem, no single reform is going to eliminate the income achievement gap.
Kent McGuire: Segregation matters, especially if it impacts the distribution of resources, shapes policy decisions ... and affects the distribution of talented teachers
Patricia Gándara: Ironically, as the nation becomes more diverse, we become more isolated from one another.