Some magnet schools react to U.S. Supreme Court decision

The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in late June that districts may not consider race in assigning students to schools put magnet schools under a new spotlight. Long used as a desegregation tool, some magnets are moving to use more race-neutral criteria to select students.

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