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70 years after Brown v. Board, America is both more diverse — and more segregated

  • The racial imbalance in the nation's largest school districts has increased significantly, with Black-white segregation growing by over 40% from 1991 to 2019, reaching 30 points, and Hispanic-white segregation growing to 24 points.
  • U.S. Schools have become more diverse but also more segregated, with Black and white students experiencing lower rates of racially exclusive schools while students of color still face high levels of segregation.
  • Hispanic segregation is worse now than in the 1960s, with significant disparities in school integration revealed through segregation scores.
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