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Six decades after the Brown v. Board of Education opinion, federal judges and officials rarely check to see if districts are obeying their orders to desegregate. In many cases, districts have grown more segregated under federal supervision. And when the judges do step in, they’ve often sided with the districts where school segregation is getting worse.

The Hechinger Report’s staff writer Emmanuel Felton discusses his recent story on this week’s episode of Educate.

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