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Press Release UC Report Says Districts Struggling to Maintain Diversity Plans Should Look to Berkeley Public Schools for Ideas
The Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity and Diversity at UC Berkeley and the Civil Rights Project's joint report, "Integration Defended: Berkeley unified's Strategy to Maintain School Diversity," describes how the school district's successful integration efforts have created diverse schools and survived legal challenges.
Press Release Study by UCLA’s Civil Rights Project: NCLB Ignores What We Know about School Change and Is Motivated by Politics
In "Why High Stakes Accountability Sounds Good but Doesn’t Work — And Why We Keep on Doing It Anyway," Researchers Gail Sunderman and Heinrich Mintrop address the failure of NCLB to meaningfully address the problems facing the nations schools.
Press Release School Resegregation and Civil Rights Challenges for the Obama Administration: Report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA
"Reviving the Goal of an Integrated Society: A 21st Century Challenge" calls on the Obama administration and Congress to review the evidence, to support integrated schools, and to avoid the resegregation of suburban schools.
Press Release Book Provides New Studies on Race Relations in the U.S.
Twenty-First Century Color Lines: Multiracial Change in Contemporary America collects work form the "Color Lines Conference" and offers insight inot the complex racial setting of contemporary America.
Press Release Book Looks at the Social and Educational Landscape for Latinos in the US
The Latino Education Crisis: The Consequences of Failed Social Policies, by CRP Co-Director Professor Patricia Gándara and Frances Contreras, takes a comprehensive look at the social and educational landscape for Latinos in the US.
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