The Race Controversy In American Education 2 Volumes

Author: Lillian Dowdell Drakeford Ph.D.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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A Tale of Two Browns: Constitutional Equality and Unequal Education. Urban
Education Speaker Series presented at the Lecture Conducted from Michigan
State University. East Lansing, MI, 2014. Announces the Schools Contributing the
Most Graduates to Its 2012 Teaching Corps. Teach For America (2012-09-05).
Accessed August 24, 2013. Baugh, Joyce A. 2011. The Detroit School Busing
Case: Milliken v. Bradley and the Controversy over Desegregation. Landmark
Law Cases ...

The Seventies In America

Author: John C. Super
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Racial Desegregation and School Busing The Supreme Court in the 1970's also
addressed the issue of racial segregation and school busing in two landmark
cases, Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education in 1971 and Milliken
v. Bradley in 1974. Nearly twenty years after the Court had declared the concept
of "separate but equal" unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
, Kansas (1954) , many school systems across the country, particularly in the
South, ...

Encyclopedia Of Race Ethnicity And Society

Author: Richard T. Schaefer
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In addition, a number of U.S. Supreme Court decisions since Brown v. Board of
Education have blocked efforts to desegregate suburban and urban schools
through busing programs. Although earlier court cases (Swann v. Charlotte-
Mecklenburg Board of Education [1971] and Keyes v. Denver School District No. I
[1973]) allowed for interdistrict remedies to de facto segregation, in Milliken v.
Bradley (1974), the Court ruled that large metropolitan areas (in this case, Detroit
) did not ...

Deepening Segregation In American Public Schools

Author: Gary Orfield
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BACKGROUND OF DESEGREGATION In 1954 the Supreme Court began the
process of desegregating American public education in its landmark decision,
Brown v. Board of Education. Congress took its most powerful action for school
desegregation with the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. In 1971, the great
national battle over urban desegregation began with the Supreme Court's
decision in the Charlotte, North Carolina, busing case, Swann v. Charlotte-
Mecklenberg Board of ...

Someone Else S House

Author: Tamar Jacoby
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America's Unfinished Struggle for Integration Tamar Jacoby ... But then, in 1968,
the Supreme Court issued its first racial landmark since the Brown case, requiring
school systems not just to try but actually to succeed in desegregating. ... Yet from
the start, the Milliken v. Bradley case was about something much bigger than the
situation in the Detroit schools. Integration was fading as an ideal in Detroit.
There were no longer enough white children to sustain a desegregation plan,
and ...


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President's Message By James C. Sturdevant May 17, 2004, marked the 50th
anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's landmark decision in Brown v.
Board of Education, 347 ... or middle schools. In 1 974, a mere 20 years after
handing down the Brown decision, the United States Supreme Court issued a
decision in the desegregation case involving Detroit which created a major
detour not only from Brown, but from its progeny as well. Milliken v. Bradley (1974
) 418 U.S. 717.

The Detroit Lawyer

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He said one landmark Michigan case likely to be featured in the report is Bradley
vs. Milliken. the 1974 Detroit school desegregation dispute in which the U.S.
Supreme Court upheld a ban on busing between school districts. "That was on a
5-4 vote." Donahue said. "There's no telling what the impact might have been on
our big cities if the vote had gone the other way." Keith said he hopes that teams
of lawyers also will recreate some of the famous Michigan cases around the state
next ...

The Phi Delta Kappan

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Keyes, the district court said, was required to prove de jure segregation for each
new area of the Denver school district that he sought to have desegregated by
court order. However, the district court did find ithat the segregated core-city
schools were inferior to the soolled "white" : schools located elsewhere in the
district; (relying on the Supreme Court holding in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896),26
namely that "separate but equal" facilities satisfy constitutional requirements, the
district court ...