The Challenge Of Integration In Oakland's Public SchoolsPlay
Public schools in Oakland are largely segregated by race and class. Only a handful really reflect the city's diversity. Back in 1964, the Supreme Court declared racially segregated schools inherently unequal.
In Oakland, the segregation is particularly harmful to Latinos and African-American students who are mostly concentrated in the worst performing schools. Critics say the district's enrollment policy is part of the problem.
Zaidee Stavely (@zstavely) from Here & Now contributor KQED reports.
This segment aired on November 30, 2016.