Standardized testing and school segregation: like tinder for fire?

@article{Knoester2017StandardizedTA,
  title={Standardized testing and school segregation: like tinder for fire?},
  author={Matthew Knoester and Wayne Au},
  journal={Race Ethnicity and Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={20},
  pages={1 - 14}
}
Abstract Recent research suggests that high-stakes standardized testing has played a negative role in the segregation of children by race and class in schools. In this article we review research on the overall effects of segregation, the positive and negative aspects of how desegregation plans were carried out following the 1954 Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education, and the de facto re-segregation that followed the dismantling of many desegregation plans, along with the increase… 
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