Protestors get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the new Republican majority on the Wake County school board voted in 2010 to end the diversity-based student assignment policy. The policy change inspired a 2017 study looking at the impact of political affiliations of North Carolina school board members on school segregation.
Protestors get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the new Republican majority on the Wake County school board voted in 2010 to end the diversity-based student assignment policy. The policy change inspired a 2017 study looking at the impact of political affiliations of North Carolina school board members on school segregation. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Protestors get up and shout 'hey, hey, ho, ho, resegregation has to go' after the new Republican majority on the Wake County school board voted in 2010 to end the diversity-based student assignment policy. The policy change inspired a 2017 study looking at the impact of political affiliations of North Carolina school board members on school segregation. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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