If you remember correctly the board voted AGAINST "socioeconomic redistricting", not for it. That is why we have neighborhood schools, which means racially isolated, overwhelmingly high poverty schools in some areas, with overwhelmingly affluent schools in others. If more folks had been aware and supported board of education candidates who saw the problems a neighborhood school plan would create than we wouldn't be in this mess. But our county overwhelmingly supported candidates who felt mandated to resegregate our schools.
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