Becoming less separate?: school desegregation, Justice Department enforcement, and the pursuit of unitary status
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Sep 30, 2007 - Law - 176 pages
The purpose of this ambitious report is to examine whether levels of integration tend to erode as court desegregation orders are lifted. States examined are Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina.
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HISTORICAL AND LEGAL BACKGROUND
THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICES ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS
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African American analysis of variance average dissimilarity index CITY Lee Civil Rights Commission on Civil Commission's inquiries N/A Compiled by U.S. COUNTY Lee County Sch COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT COUNTY SCHOOLS N/A COUNTY U.S. court order Court Order District court supervision desegregation measures dissimilarity index Dist District is seeking DISTRICT N/A N/A district's percent Districts Excluded Districts Remaining districts under court districts with unitary entropy index explained variance Georgia indices legal status lnitiated lntent regarding lntent regarding unitary Macon County Bd N/A N/A N/A Name Case Name Nonlitigants North Carolina obtained unitary status Panel PARISH SCHOOL BOARD percent of white plan to seek racial balance racial/ethnic received unitary status regarding unitary status Remaining Under Court SCHOOL BOARD U.S. SCHOOL DISTRICT N/A SCHOOL DISTRICT U.S. SCHOOLS N/A N/A seek unitary status statistically significant status Year Unitary table A.5 U.S. Commission unitary districts Unitary Status attained unitary status N/A white students