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Background of the Bussing Operation
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amount of homework amount of prejudice attending an integrated Average Prejudice Score benefited from attending Boston School Committee Boston University bussing children bussing first three bussing operation bussing program bussing the younger bussing younger children cent child children in Exodus civil rights activities Discrimination Encountered dissonance distribution of responses Exodus children Exodus mothers Exodus parents Exodus program extent of prejudice factors favor of bussing Festinger findings frequency distributions greatly from attendance Headstart hypotheses included independent variables integrated school interview schedule investigators involved issue Kenneth Clark Massachusetts mothers reported mothers were asked Negro children non-Exodus mothers northern cities number of white Operation Exodus opposed to bussing overcrowding participants in Exodus Pettigrew prejudice encountered prejudice or discrimination presented problem quality education reasons for bussing respondents Response Category Roxbury schools Roxbury's Negro school bussing school integration school performance Stay-outs suggested Table three graders variables Weinstein and Geisel white friends