Social Emotional Learning - Equity
Authors: AMY STUART WELLS, LAUREN FOX, AND DIANA CORDOVA-COBO
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After decades in the political wilderness, school integration seems poised to make a serious comeback as an education reform strategy.
Sixty-two years ago, Brown v. Board of Education held that separate schools for black and white students are inherently unequal. Fifty years ago, the evidence in the congressionally authorized Coleman Report put a twist on Brown, suggesting that socioeconomic school integration could increase academic achievement more than any other school strategy.
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