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In landmark school funding case, Pennsylvania lawmakers try to block evidence of racial disparities 

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This IPS school ‘feels like segregation,’ say parents who demand enrollment changes

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$100 million and many open questions: Here’s how Biden is approaching school integration

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She got into one of NYC’s top high schools. Four years later, she wishes she hadn’t.

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Suburban Philadelphia district’s equity initiative provokes anger over critical race theory 

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At some coveted Manhattan high schools, admissions changes dramatically alter incoming freshman class

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NYC parent council elections reflect bitter school integration divides

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Big changes to this year’s middle school admissions process yielded modest demographic shifts

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Tennessee legislature approves ban on teaching critical race theory in schools

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Do Newark charter schools worsen segregation? A guide to the debate behind a major court case.

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A house divided: Tennessee legislative chambers split on bill banning classroom discussions about systemic racism

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Few Black, Latino students admitted to NYC’s specialized high schools

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N.J. Supreme Court hears case about Newark charter school growth and segregation

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Legislation pulled but mission accomplished: Memphis and Germantown leaders will discuss future of suburban schools

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Memphis-Germantown dispute over suburban schools should be settled locally, says Tennessee lawmaker

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Reversing course, Senate panel advances bill forcing Memphis district to transfer Germantown schools

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