Complex Justice: The Case of Missouri V. Jenkins
In 1987 Judge Russell Clark mandated tax increases to help pay for improvements to the Kansas City, Missouri, School District in an effort to lure white students and quality teachers back to the inner-city district. Yet even after increasing employee sala
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1 An Even Hollower Hope?
The Ambiguous Racial History of Missouri and Kansas City
Educational Vice Becomes Legal Virtue
4 The Field of Dreams
Implementing an Educational Disaster
The Response of Kansas Citys African American Community
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