State And City Educators Discuss Diversity In Education

 

Mark McQuillan (L) Faces Hartford School Officials (Jacqueline Rabe/CTMirror.org)

The lawsuit Sheff versus O’Neill was to provide a more diverse educational setting for Hartford’s public school students.  But despite having spent half a billion dollars building magnets schools, the state has struggled to improve the situation.

As WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports, state and city educators are now trying to figure out how to comply with Sheff without harming the work the city has done to better its schools.

 

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  1. Matt

    Typical government. They think if you keep tossing money into ideas you will somehow alter human behavior. No amount of money or ideas will change the fact suburb families don’t want their kids going into inner cities just as most inner city kids have little desire to be bused into the suburbs.

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