Should promoting diversity be a priority in public schools?
Over the past year, a new majority-Republican school board backed by national tea party conservatives has set the Wake County School District in Raleigh, N.C on a new course. Pledging to "say no to the social engineers!" it has abolished the policy behind one of the nation's most celebrated integration efforts.
January 12, 2011; 12:32 PM ET
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