WASHINGTON — Progress toward integrating America’s schools since the landmark Brown v. Topeka Board of Education decision 60 years ago is being chipped away, and it’s no longer just a black-and-white issue.
Latinos are now the largest minority group in public schools, surpassing blacks. And about 57 percent attend schools that are majority Latino.
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