Toby Parcel, co-author of “The End of Consensus,” a book looking at Wake County student assignment politcs, is following up on her research. She is surveying families in five metro areas to see if there are common and distinct attitudes between those with desegregated schools and those that have seen resegregation.
Toby Parcel, co-author of “The End of Consensus,” a book looking at Wake County student assignment politcs, is following up on her research. She is surveying families in five metro areas to see if there are common and distinct attitudes between those with desegregated schools and those that have seen resegregation.
Toby Parcel, co-author of “The End of Consensus,” a book looking at Wake County student assignment politcs, is following up on her research. She is surveying families in five metro areas to see if there are common and distinct attitudes between those with desegregated schools and those that have seen resegregation.
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