- Title Pages
- Standing at a Crossroads
- School Choice as a Civil Right
- Integration after <i>Parents Involved</i>
- Advancing the Integration Agenda under the Obama Administration and Beyond
- School Racial and Ethnic Composition and Young Children's Cognitive Development
- Southern Graduates of School Desegregation
- Legally Viable Desegregation Strategies
- Regional Coalitions and Educational Policy
- Socioeconomic School Integration
- The Effects of Socioeconomic School Integration Policies on Racial School Desegregation
- Is Class Working?
- Using Geography to Further Racial Integration
- Magnet Schools, MSAP, and New Opportunities to Promote Diversity
- Resource Allocation Post–<i>Parents Involved</i>
- Improving Teaching and Learning in Integrated Schools
- Latinos, Language, and Segregation Options for a More Integrated Future
- Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity
- Linking Housing and School Integration to Growth Management
Returning to First Principles
- (p.314) Conclusion
- Integrating Schools in a Changing Society
- University of North Carolina Press
This conclusion reviews the failed policy alternatives to desegregation, arguing that issues of segregation and racial inequality have not gone away and no workable alternative to desegregation has been found. It also argues that this book features important voices, those of scholars who believe the policies are fundamentally mistaken, that resegregated schools are failing, and that there are alternatives that educators, policy makers, AND advocates must consider.
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