61 Years after Brown v. Board of Education, Many Schools remain Separate and Unequal

School equity has long been an issue in the United States. This year marks 61 years since the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case that was designed to give the federal government the authority to enforce school integration. But statistics tell us that despite this case, not that much has changed in many parts of the country.

The Huffington Post recently produced a series of graphs that efficiently show how states across the country are faring in terms of bringing racial equity to their schools.

Needless to say, the picture they show isn’t pretty.

To view the graphs, please follow this link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/17/brown-v-board-61-anniversary_n_7293344.html