Black History – CRT – 020123

36 states have restricted education on racism, bias, the contributions of specific racial or ethnic groups to U.S. history, or related topics.

The true measure of public education is how well it teaches students to function in a democratic, pluralistic society.

Brown v. Board of Education, Southern school districts that were intentionally segregated were subject to constitutional remedies that were supervised by the federal court. many re-segregated after changes in the law made it easier for federal courts to release them from supervision. In other parts of the country where cities were segregated—but not by law—the only way to integrate was through metropolitan desegregation plans that crossed into the suburbs. But the 1974 United States Supreme Court case Milliken v. Bradley, limited the power of federal courts to order integration across school district boundaries.

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