Unending Struggle: The Long Road to an Equal Education in St. Louis

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Unending Struggle: The Long Road to an Equal Education in St. Louis

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Unending Struggle: The Long Road to an Equal Education in St. Louis, a book by Judge Gerald W. Heaney and Dr. Susan Uchitelle, outlines the history of the desegregation process of St. Louis s public school system. Segregated schooling in Missouri did not come to an end until 1983, when the U.S. District Court decision Liddell v. Board of Education of St. Louis mandated desegregation. Unending Struggle recounts the history of St. Louis s struggle for an equal education for African Americans. Historical research and the authors personal experiences are interspersed with interviews that reveal the perspectives of students, teachers, administrators, and public officials who participated in the St. Louis metropolitan area desegregation program. Unending Struggle provides the historical background and a diversity of voices largely missing from the national debate on how to deliver equal education to African American children. Softcover, 6x9, 288 pages

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