50 Years Later: 'Brown v. Board'
On the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, Teaching Tolerance presents a special classroom section on the subject of school segregation, past and present.
What did Brown v. Board mean for the United States? Has the country relapsed into separate, unequal schooling? Can the anniversary reawaken the spirit that fueled the civil rights movement? This issue explores those questions—and more.
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BROWN V. BOARD: Where Are We Now?
Fifty years after the historic ruling, American schools are resegregating.
'That's What I Am: I Am a Teacher'
National Teacher of the Year Betsy Rogers talks teaching, segregation and poverty.
BROWN V. BOARD: Timeline of School Integration in the U.S.
Trace school integration from 1849 to 2007.
BROWN V. BOARD: The United States, Circa 1954
The state of the union when the Brown decision came down.
BROWN V. BOARD: A New Milestone Decade
Can Brown's anniversary reawaken the spirit of common cause that fueled the Civil Rights Movement?