Segregated housing has connections to segregated schools

Segregated housing has connections to segregated schools
Segregated housing has connections to segregated schools

Segregated housing has connections to segregated schools

Of course there is no legal school segregation today, but schools in urban districts across the country remain highly segregated. A WBEZ analysis in 2012 found that schools in Chicago are actually slightly more hyper-segregated than they were 20 years ago. Monday, DePaul University is hosting a discussion with Richard Rothstein on why schools remain segregated, and he joins Morning Shift to explain the trend. (Photo: Flickr/reallyboring)