Students in Predominantly Minority Schools
American schools became increasingly more segregated in the 1990s, a rise that a researcher attributes to white flight to suburban areas, federal courts' ending the strong desegregation plans of the 1960s, and the fact that Hispanic students were not included in desegregation efforts.
|50-100% Minority Blacks Latinos||
SOURCE: Harvard Civil Rights Project, "Schools More Separated: Consequences of a Decade of Resegregation," 2001.
Vol. 20, Issue 43, Page 16Published in Print: August 8, 2001, as Students in Predominantly Minority Schools