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ERIC Number: ED002086
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 1
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THE CASE AGAINST DE FACTO SEGREGATION EDUCATION IN THE NORTH AND WEST--A CONTEMPORARY CASE STUDY.
TILLMAN, JAMES A., JR.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE EDUCATION WHICH ENABLES CHILDREN TO ADJUST NORMALLY TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. THIS CANNOT BE DONE IN A SCHOOL SYSTEM THAT IS RACIALLY IMBALANCED. THE MINNEAPOLIS HUMAN RELATIONS TASK FORCE FEELS THAT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MUST NOT WAIT FOR A SOUND COMMUNITY BUT MUST TAKE POSITIVE STEPS TO PRODUCE ONE BY CREATING RACIAL BALANCE. SOME AREAS OF MINNEAPOLIS HAVE SHOWN A 30 PERCENT INCREASE IN THE CONCENTRATION OF NEGROES FROM 1950-60. THE SCHOOL SYSTEM SHOULD HAVE A COLOR-CONSCIOUSNESS WHICH SOME SCHOOL SYSTEMS IN THE NORTH AND WEST HAVE ADAPTED INTO THE OPERATIONAL TECHNIQUES OF SPLIT SCHOOL BUILDING USE BY GRADES, PERMISSIVE BUSSING, OPEN ENROLLMENT, AND REDISTRICTING AND/OR SCHOOL RELOCATION. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE "JOURNAL OF NEGRO EDUCATION," VOLUME 33, NUMBER 4, FALL 1964.
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Authoring Institution: Howard Univ., Washington, DC.
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA; MINNESOTA; Minnesota (Minneapolis)