An Analysis of De Facto Segregration in Stamford's Public Elementary Schools and Suggestions for Community Action

Title

An Analysis of De Facto Segregration in Stamford's Public Elementary Schools and Suggestions for Community Action

Description

Report from the Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools about the segregation status of the Stamford public schools in 1966. The committee studied the segregation situation as it existed in 1965 and 1966 and how it would probably develop in 5 years if action was not taken. The report provides data on the segregation status of the school and offers solutions to better integrate Stamford's public elementary schools.

Creator

Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

1966-06

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Format

text/pdf

Language

English

Type

Identifier

FL.tellyourstory.ml.005

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
Twentieth century

Original Format

Paper

Collection

Citation

Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools, “An Analysis of De Facto Segregration in Stamford's Public Elementary Schools and Suggestions for Community Action,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed December 4, 2021, https://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/document/FL.tellyourstory.ml.005.

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