Seattle schools seek to close achievement gap

05/10/2004 | Seattle Times, The

In 1977, Seattle became the first major city to institute a voluntary comprehensive busing plan to achieve desegregation. As the 50th anniversary of the Brown decision nears, educators and parents are worried that the strides made in closing the achievement gap seem to have stalled.

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