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This edition: Leonie Haimson on Modern-day School Segregation

Episode Details

Original tape date: May 21, 2018.

First aired: June 4, 2018.

It’s been sixty-four years since the Supreme Court’s Brown versus Board of Ed ruling outlawing segregation in public schools. All those years have passed, and yet school segregation on an enormous scale persists, and passions on both sides of the issue remain intense. Is this a problem without a solution? Bob talks about this and other important education issues with guest Leonie Haimson, a longtime education activist, and the founder and executive director of the advocacy group, Class Size Matters.

Guest List

Leonie Haimson Founder & Executive Director, Class Size Matters

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