Urban School Failure and Disproportionality in a Post-Brown Era

@article{Blanchett2005UrbanSF,
  title={Urban School Failure and Disproportionality in a Post-Brown Era},
  author={W. Blanchett and Vincent E. Mumford and Floyd D. Beachum},
  journal={Remedial and Special Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={70 - 81}
}
The decision in the Brown v. Board of Education (1954) case was one of the most significant events in American history in general and specifically in the educational system. Brown is so highly regarded because it held promise of placing America on the path toward equitable treatment of all of its citizens and laid the foundation for the civil rights and disabilities rights movements. Fifty years after Brown, however, it is very clear that many of the promises of Brown have not been fulfilled… Expand
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