Kansas City schools desegregation case finally put to rest

09/29/2003 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

A 26-year-old, $2 billion desegregation case involving the Kansas City School District ended last Friday when the attorney for the plaintiff schoolchildren dropped his appeal. Arthur Benson had hoped to overturn a ruling last August saying the district had met the legal threshold for closing a racial achievement gap and should be released from court control.

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