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Resource ID: #7117
Subject: Education
Source: Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
Date: 1985-08-25


Louisville Courier-Journal uses computer tapes to compare the educational progress of black and white students 10 years after enforced busing began; found that black students weren't faring nearly as well white students in reading, math or college entrance exams, and that vocational training programs for low-paying jobs were full of black students, while white students studied data processing, health careers and electronics; found that the school system was failing to measure the progress of black students, August 1985.

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