Tumultuous Boston busing era may end

10/10/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

After nearly 30 years of declining enrollment and racial tension, Boston school officials are expected to announce by next month a new rezoning plan to end busing and return to a system of neighborhood schools. City officials praised the initiative, saying busing had failed to achieve diversity.

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