Duncan to announce increased enforcement of civil rights in schools

03/8/2010 | Washington Post, The

Education Secretary Arne Duncan is set to deliver a speech in Selma, Ala., today to announce the Obama administration's plans to boost enforcement of national civil rights laws in the country's schools and colleges. "The truth is that, in the last decade, the Office for Civil Rights has not been as vigilant as it should have been in combating gender and racial discrimination and protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities," a draft of Duncan's speech read, "But that is about to change."

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