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Resource ID: #13536
Subject: Education
Source: Cincinnati Enquirer
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Date: November 10, 11, 1996

Description

The story examined what efforts were in place to ensure students attend racially balanced schools. What the reporter found was that even though it was never articulated in any policy statement or school board decision, racial balance was no longer a priority. Funding decisions, budget priorities, grant applications and the way expertise is distributed around the district make one thing very clear: Cincinnati Public Schools have essentially abandoned their desegregation push in favor of a return to neighborhood school programs. (November 10 and 11, 1996)

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