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Resource ID: #15958
Subject: Schools
Source: Observer (Charlotte, N.C.)
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Date: Jan. 10-14, Feb. 28-Mar. 2, Mar. 14-16, Mar. 21, 1999

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This is a series of series examining the potential ramifications of a legal challenge to end legislated desegregation in Charlotte, where busing was first practiced as a means of integrating schools. The Observer "focused on two key questions: Has desegregation in Charlotte given all children the same shot at success? And if desegregation ends, what are the consequences for the district's 100,000 children?"

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