School desegregation rule set to end Sun Times
A quarter-century-long, multimillion-dollar battle between the federal
government and Chicago Public Schools over desegregation appears to be
headed for an end.
the historic legal battle to integrate America's big-city schools being
abandoned across the nation, the Chicago schools and the federal
government have reached a tentative agreement that would release the
district from 26 years of federal oversight on desegregation efforts by
the 2007-08 school year.
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