Achieving Racial Balance: Case Studies of Contemporary School Desegregation

Achieving Racial Balance: Case Studies of Contemporary School Desegregation

Achieving Racial Balance: Case Studies of Contemporary School Desegregation

Achieving Racial Balance: Case Studies of Contemporary School Desegregation

Synopsis

Five case-studies of mid-sized Northeastern communities--Dayton, Hartford, Rochester, Trenton, and Wilmington--are used to examine and analyze school desegregation experiences. Qualities likely to encourage the peaceful achievement of racial balance are described. The study concludes that parents are most concerned about safety, educational quality, and their ability to exert influence over their children's schooling.
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