Report: Chicago integration plan never really took off

03/24/2003 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Two decades after Chicago integrated its public schools, an analysis shows a district as segregated as it was, with whites overrepresented in magnet schools, a report says. Citing his belief in academically selective institutions, schools chief Arne Duncan said, "the best way to improve integration is to improve quality."

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