City - suburban desegregation : Parent and student perspectives in metropolitan Boston.
- City - suburban desegregation : Parent and student perspectives in metropolitan Boston.
Discusses why parents and students participate in the METCO program.
- Orfield, Gary
- Arenson, Jennifer
- Jackson, Tara
- Bohrer, Christine
- Gavin, Dawn
- Northeastern University Libraries
- Collection (local):
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc. records (M101)
Administration, 1960-2005 (bulk 1966-1990)
African American parents
African American students
Busing for school integration
Segregation in education
Boston Public Schools
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (Boston, Mass.)
Civil Rights Project (Harvard University)
- 42 pages
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Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO)
- Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Metropolitan Council of Educational Opportunity (METCO)
This project was partially funded by the Boston Library Consortium.