[...] they depict how the rulings led to racial hierarchies within southern school districts where middle to upper-middle-class whites and Asians get quality educations while African Americans and Hispanics receive inferior educational preparation. The analysis is exhaustive but also limited, for the book focuses only on promoting the inclusion of minorities within predominately white schools. [...] the book's reliance on social science techniques leaves little room to learn from blacks' experiences with integration efforts then and now.
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