Boston Schools Plans Could Increase Segregation, End Cross-City Busing

All the proposals represent a big departure from the city’s 23-year-old system, which is originally designed to comply with court-ordered desegregation, of assigning students to schools.
September 25, 2012
 

All the proposals represent a big departure from the city’s 23-year-old system, which is originally designed to comply with court-ordered desegregation, of assigning students to schools.

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