AdvertisementTwo Moms, Two Choices For Their Kids' Education07:00Download AudioEmbed on your websiteClose×Copy the code below to embed the WBUR audio player on your site<iframe width="100%" height="124" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" src="https://player.wbur.org/hereandnow/2016/11/29/moms-schools-oakland"></iframe>Copy embed codeResumeNovember 29, 2016Zaidee Stavely, KQEDfacebookEmailEleanor Wohlfeiler (left) poses for a photo with her three children in front of Peralta Elementary School in Oakland. Kristin Smith (right) and her family outside Sankofa Academy in Oakland. (Brittany Hosea-Small/KQED)Most kids in California go to schools segregated both by race and by poverty or wealth. It's pretty much a two-tiered, unequal education system. And in Oakland, one of the most diverse cities in the country, schools remain deeply segregated.Zaidee Stavely (@zstavely) from Here & Now contributor KQED met with two families, one white and one black, who tried their own integration experiments.This segment aired on November 29, 2016.