Room4Debate: Is Segregation Back in U.S. Public Schools?

From the New York Times

Is Segregation Back?

Is Segregation Back?

Last week marked the 58th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, which declared racial segregation of public schools unconstitutional. But segregation, now due largely to geography, still remains an issue for most school systems, from New York City to Charlotte, N.C., and beyond.

How can we integrate public schools when neighborhoods have become more segregated? Is it time to bring back busing? What other options and solutions are out there for providing a quality education for all children?

What are your thoughts?

Read more of the debate here.